Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Today's Under-The-Bus Report

Y'all no doubt remember Sarah Palin's famous saying "Drill baby, drill!". No doubt you will also remember the media response, which continues to this day. The shrill, penetrating shriek of a New York metrosexual who's had his little bag of cocaine stolen. "How STUPID she is! What a MORON she is! What about the baby seals?!" they shrieked. To the point where Barry "The One" Obama ran his campaign promising all kinds of bunny hugging, flowers and unicorns and carbon cap 'n trade-y loving Gaia worship.

'Member that? Got that all recalled from the memory banks? M'kay.

Now, you also remember the eight long years of the Bush administration, where every time somebody, anybody, even mentioned that it might be a good idea to do some drilling someplace, that the whole f-ing world was coming to an end? And you remember that it was the Democrats doing all the shouting and maneuvering and uproar? And the Iraq war was "blood for oil"? And Bush was in the pockets of Big Oil?

'Member that? M'kay.

And also you remember who it was that got drilling banned in California and the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic coast? Democrats again, remember?

And who's the friend of all Greenies everywhere? Who do the Greenies raise money for every election? Democrats.

Ok. So guess who is going to announce drilling in the Atlantic and the Gulf today at 11:00 AM?

[hee hee!] No go on, guess. [snicker!]

Yes, BARRY OBAMA my friends.

In a reversal of a long-standing ban on most offshore drilling, President Barack Obama is allowing oil drilling 50 miles off Virginia's shorelines. At the same time, he is rejecting some new drilling sites that had been planned in Alaska.

Yeah, going to drill in the south where the drippings might actually damage something so he won't have to make Sarah Palin look good by drilling where there's NOTHING to hurt for like a thousand miles. On the bright side its cheaper, you don't have to build a huge frickin' pipeline.

Obama's plan offers few concessions to environmentalists, who have been strident in their opposition to more oil platforms off the nation's shores. Hinted at for months, the plan modifies a ban that for more than 20 years has limited drilling along coastal areas other than the Gulf of Mexico.

So today my friends, today is THE DAY you have to ask any Greenies that you know how they like it under the bus. How's the springs looking boys? Got good tread depth there? See any OIL leaking from the diff as it whizzed by your head?


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