Let’s Blame Bush For This Too

When the price of gasoline went up the Democrats were standing at street corner gas stations blaming the President and his “failed” policies for the high price of gasoline. My God, they exclaimed, people will have to shut off their cell phones and sell their big screen TVs to afford gas. These Democrats, who talked about conserving while leaving their gas guzzlers running so they could stay cool on the 2 minute ride back to work, really went to town on George Bush. He is in bed with big oil, his war caused high prices, he and the VP are oil men who don’t care about the average guy, blah, blah.

The donks are really good about blaming Bush for all the troubles in the world but somehow they seem to lose the ability to give him credit when things go well. If it is bad, according to them, it happened on his watch but if it is good some other force beyond the control of the President is responsible. I guess when a group is so frustrated at losing that they have to manufacture stories, they eventually resort to almost anything to keep from being fair with regard to the opposition.

With that in mind, do not expect the Democrats and all the other war for oil moonbats to acknowledge that President Bush lowered the average price of gas to about $2.89 a gallon (I paid $2.78 this week). Since the liberals would have you believe that President Bush has the power to control gas prices when they rise then logic extends to the reverse of that equation. The price of gas has dropped about 15 cents in the last two weeks and it is all because of the President. It has to be. If he is responsible when the price goes up then certainly it is on him when the price goes down.

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UPDATE:This from USA Today:

Gasoline prices are falling fast and could keep dropping for months.

“The only place they have to go is down,” says Fred Rozell, gasoline analyst at the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). “We’ll be closer to $2 than $3 come Thanksgiving.”

Blame Bush, he is the one responsible. Oh, and gas prices falling before the election? Isn’t the high cost of gas one thing the donks said would cause revolt at the ballot box? If the prices do go down a lot, Bush will be accused of manipulating the price for politics. He can’t win so just enjoy the imploding donks as long as you can.

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2 Responses to “Let’s Blame Bush For This Too”

  1. Webloggin says:

    Let’s Blame Bush For This Too…

    First helping thwart the Terror in the Skies plot, then generating good economic news and now lower gas prices!!! Oh my gosh; there is no limit to the depths that evil Republicans will go to generate votes!!