Thursday, May 1, 2008

We are a means, not an end.

George Bush's opinion of our daily commute:

It'll probably soon cost common laborers their whole weekly paychecks to fill their tanks.

If McCain is elected, we can calmly look forward to being inaugurated as a brand-new third world country. Thank you for your time and patience.


  1. Don't Feed The PixiesMay 2, 2008 at 6:25 AM

    The fact is that we have come to expect the right to travel - but the resources are running out and with no cheap alternative we may have to face the consequences of our greed.

    The sad thing is that those on lower wages will be forced on to inefficient public transport whilst those who can afford to run petrol guzzling hummers will continue to do so

  2. The Clandestine SamuraiMay 2, 2008 at 8:04 AM

    It doesn't help that the President's greed is putting the kill-the-resources process into rapid-fire speed.

  3. Bobbb - Citizen of EarthMay 2, 2008 at 7:25 PM

    It's the greed

    And these people don't believe me when I tell them that they will be the ones going to hell.

    And it's their hell at that!

    Like Jesus would be cool with us using farmland to grow crops to fuel our cars, while people are starving...

    DON"T even get me started with Bush and his war

    I don't care if they take Obamillary off the ticket and put the Rev. Wright on in their place...

    Whom ever it is that has the big D next to their name is getting my vote, and the votes of as many people with "ID" that I can persuade to do likewise

    Thanks for stopping by


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