Sunday, May 18, 2008

My stupid moment


This is what I think. Hey, its my blog and I'm free to demonstrate how stupid I am and regularly do.

I got it!

The Bush family has large holdings in oil companies. The moron owes big oil for their monetary support of him and daddy. But neither of these explain why the idiot-in-chief feels compulsively compelled to give big oil the keys to the castle.

Nope, none of that.

Shrub is buying friends.

He's like the pathetic little boy who has an embarrassing personality as perceived by others and needs to bribe the other kids to like him. Perhaps he even smells funny.

After leaving office the clown will undoubtedly be hired by big oil as a "consultant". Consultant is a polite word for a fucking lobbyist. He won't be allowed anywhere near actual decision making because he's just too goddamn stupid. They'll hire him because of his contacts which will be somewhat suspect because the GOP won't control Congress and won't be in the White House.

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Anonymous liam said...

When you consider that mexicans pay .25 for gallon for gas and Venezuluans pay .18 a gallon, to me that is proof positive that THERE IS NO OIL SHORTAGE!

Coupled with the fact that most of Iraq's oil is to be pumped through the Haifa Pipeline which goes directly to Israel. They have no intention of shipping Iraqi oil to the US unless we buy it from the next Saudi Arabia like monopoly of near-future Israel.

With Knesset members being quoted this past week as saying quote, that "Bush is more of a zionist than prime minister Olmert", it only strenghtens my suspicion. Not to mention this pipeline is the most guarded (by our troops we pay for!) of all the pipelines in Iraq. They have 4 army outposts specifically meant to protect the pipeline. Mind you this is in the barren desert with our boys living in tent cities.

Oil is replenishable and my suspicions on this are proved with the fact that so many US pipelines have been capped, with the few uncapped originally with the statement they were dry, are now full again.

But never mind that. For years many Americans thought this war was for oil and that our gas prices wouldn't rise considering they say Iraq is the 2nd largest oil field in the world...much of it untapped.

The slogan shouldnt be "No More War for Oil" but "No More Armless and Dead Americans for Israeli Oil".

5/19/2008 07:30:00 AM  
Blogger SPIIDERWEB™ said...

I heartily agree.

5/19/2008 08:06:00 AM  

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