Thursday, September 01, 2005

'Don't Buy Gas If You Don't Need It' Huh?

George W. Out Of Touch Just Like Daddy

George H.W. Bush famously failed know the cost of a gallon of milk during his presidency illustrating how dismally out of touch he was with the American people.

Now George W. Bush, with his affinity for the common man's boots and shrub clearing is plainly showing his true upper-crust Connecticut roots.

Speaking along side former presidents Clinton and Bush, also known as the dynamic duo who saved Indonesian tsunami victims earlier this year. the current Bush calmed the fears of New Orleanians by using most of the time sounding like the CEO of an oil company rather than Commander in Chief.

Instead of assuring that food and clean water would be shortly delivered, Bush alleviated the concerns of ever gas-guzzling SUV owner in America numerously referring to gasoline as "product".

"The good folks must understand that major refineries have been shut down, which means it's going to be hard to get gasoline to some markets," the president said. "Americans should be prudent in their use of energy in the next few days. Don't buy gas if you don't need it."

Don't buy gas if you don't need it!

Has this guy been to the pump lately? At over $3 a gallon I barely spend more than $15 at a time. My gas tank was so low the other day that I put $10 in just get the gauge a sliver over empty.

As women are reportedly raped in the Superdome, a sniper aims to pick off innocent bystanders and with the entire city on the verge of armeggedon Bush wants you to ration gas that you have little extra money for anyway.

1 comment:

MrYosemite said...

Heard a good one from a Dennis Leary commercial..."the people that complain about paying $3/gallon for gas are the same ones that pay $50/gallan for their mocha frappacinos."