Originally Posted by ckblv
If anyone can control the weather, I'm sure The One thinks he can. LOL
No, he'll just say that it's imperative to pass the bill RIGHT NOW without reading it or knowing what's in it, and then when nothing good comes of it he'll pull out the "we underestimated the damage that Bush did" line. Hey, it's worked for the economy, right?
Very well written and well thought out piece. Not one reference to the First Dude or me, me, me.
Or even to her wardrobe, idiot children or seeing Russia from her house.
Funny how those red herring arguments come out whenever she's mentioned. Yes, keeping energy resources closer to home would benefit Alaska. No doubt. It would also benefit Texas and West Virginia and Wyoming too, and she has no vested interest in those states.
One of the funniest things I've seen in a while was when Juan Williams, of NPR and very liberal commentator, was filling in for Bill O'Reilly and was interviewing the underling of the Obama's Press Secretary. When pressed about how the Energy Bill would, even in Obama's own words, raise energy prices for every household in America, and how that was in direct juxtoposition to Obama's campaign promise not to raise taxes on households earning less than $250,000, this guy actually kept a straight face in answering that "you can't blame the President when the companies raise their rates to the consumer". Huh? Does he actually expect the companies to just eat the massive penalties they would face and not pass it along?