Thursday, December 6, 2007

Bush Infatuation Syndrome at the Corner

If you ever had any doubts about the Right Wing's Bush-Infatuation-Syndrome, consider David Freddoso's comment about the Energy Bill. The key quote:

Recall that when President Bush came to office advocating an energy bill, the whole point was to increase the amount of energy available. Given that the pending bill will not make even a single extra KiloJoule available, there is really no reason the American public should care at all whether this bill passes.
Consider what that means. Americans should not care if the energy bill passes because it is not what President Bush advocates. Anything less than the President's goals and programs are simply a waste of time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Right. Why should Americans be at all concerned with fuel economy standards? And we don't really care about renewable energy requirements and tax increases - although many argue that implementation would counteract their intended purposes and raise fuel prices for consumers. SG