Pray-in at S.F. gas station asks God to lower pricesNow, once the prayer fails for them, Christians taking up torches and pitchforks and storming the white House is something I can see. When Bill Clinton left office in 2001, oil prices were somewhere between thirty to forty dollars a barrel. A scant seven years later, after what deservedly should be considered the worst, most-destructive and most dishonest presidential administration in our nation's history, oil now sits somewhere around $120 per barrel (I'll let that sink in for all you good Bushies out there who think this president is an honest human being, and not a money-grubbing, greedy, little, oil-coated turd.).
David R. Baker, Chronicle Staff Writer
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Rocky Twyman has a radical solution for surging gasoline prices: prayer.
"God is the only one we can turn to at this point," said Twyman, 59. "Our leaders don't seem to be able to do anything about it. The prices keep soaring and soaring."
Conveniently, our cruel joke of a president is also a consistently failing oil man from Texas whose original presidential campaign was paid for by other Texas oil men who didn't fail nearly as bad as he did. However, that loan came due, and the interest is now being paid with the blood of our sons and daughters.
Praying to god is not the answer. Demanding that this criminal of a president be held accountable is. So, instead of getting on your knees, why don't you pick up the phone to voice your disgust or sit down at your computers and craft honest, emotional and passionate letters to your representatives.
God is not the answer; however, our laws are, and not even our president is to be held above them.
Posted By Dan to The Wisdom of a Distracted Mind at 4/26/2008 05:33:00 PM