“Addicted to oil:” a HUGE credibility gap.

Bush says U.S. addicted to oil

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Bush will say “America is addicted to oil” and must develop technologies to address soaring gasoline prices in a State of the Union speech on Tuesday night that argues against a U.S. retreat from Iraq and the war on terrorism.

Why should we believe that someone an administration which came out of the petroleum/energy industry can or will actually do a damn thing about this supposed addiction? (Especially when it has remained in bed with them through every public bit of “energy policy” since it came to power. And by “administration,” that just doesn’t just mean failed-oilman Bush; remember what Cheney’s background is as well.)

This is by far the funniest thing I’ve seen in the lead-up to SOTU. It’s rather like the head of Phillip Morris saying that the country has a lung-cancer problem.

One thought on ““Addicted to oil:” a HUGE credibility gap.”

  1. Hey, just wanted to let you know, in case stephan hadnt that the drug book should
    be at your place by thurs, mailed priority monday… The other three packages sent
    regular parcel post should be there sometime early next week, We couldnt find the
    fedex slips.. so you tell Marie that we will forward you an invoice for repayment
    if she gets mad, just let her know I lost them. I wish i had known about that
    bush drinking game… that could make politics interesting…
    oh and for the record… i am sure the ceo of phillip morris says there is a lung
    cancer problem.. he just blames car exhaust, and power plants.
    -your somewhat exhausted brother

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