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Bush impersonator hits Drake, Goode in ads

There are 16 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Jul 1, 2008, titled Bush impersonator hits Drake, Goode in ads. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

It may sound like President Bush in a new radio ad praising two Virginia Republicans for backing big oil companies.

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Keyboard Commando

Dogue, VA

#1 Jul 1, 2008
In the ad, the Bush impersonator thanks the Republican House member for supporting the "Big Oil energy agenda." He opens by calling Goode "Virgie," and Drake "Drakey," noting the president's penchant for nicknames.
Though gas has topped $4 a gallon and oil companies are profiting, the fake Bush says, "what's good for Big Oil is good for America, right?"

The ads are timed to run through the July 4th holidays.
This what the ad should tell you but as I have said before that the people in this country don’t have enough knowledge to pour piss out of a boot.

If they told us that our congressman Bobby Scott has spend the last 20 years in bring in these high gas price and the Democratic Party has spent the last 35 years in bring these price up to the level we see now. The Democrats are telling us that the price is up because the Big Oil is the problem. The price at the pump is the telling source of the problem.

$ 4.20
-$ 0.185 Government TAX
-$ 0.37 State VA TAX
-$ 0.12 Gas Station Profit
-$ 0.08 Big Oil Take
$ 3.45 Balance left

$ 2.50 a Cost per Barrel to take from the ground in the Middle East.

$ 143.00 Selling price per barrel.

Here are some facts that the Democrats do not won’t you to know.

5. Who has the most oil in the ground that is untapped in the world?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
6. Who has more oil then anyone in the word combine?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
7. Who has the stupidest people in the world when it comes to getting oil from the ground?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
8. Who has a political Party that Hell bent on screwing its people?
A : Democrats B: Communist C: Socialist

1. C
2. C
3. C
4. A, B, C All Mean The Same.
Keyboard Commando

Dogue, VA

#2 Jul 1, 2008
In the ad, the Bush impersonator thanks the Republican House member for supporting the "Big Oil energy agenda." He opens by calling Goode "Virgie," and Drake "Drakey," noting the president's penchant for nicknames.
Though gas has topped $4 a gallon and oil companies are profiting, the fake Bush says, "what's good for Big Oil is good for America, right?"

The ads are timed to run through the July 4th holidays.
This what the ad should tell you but as I have said before that the people in this country dont have enough knowledge to pour piss out of a boot.

If they told us that our congressman Bobby Scott has spend the last 20 years in bring in these high gas price and the Democratic Party has spent the last 35 years in bring these price up to the level we see now. The Democrats are telling us that the price is up because the Big Oil is the problem. The price at the pump is the telling source of the problem.

$ 4.20
-$ 0.185 Government TAX
-$ 0.37 State VA TAX
-$ 0.12 Gas Station Profit
-$ 0.08 Big Oil Take
$ 3.45 Balance left

$ 2.50 a Cost per Barrel to take from the ground in the Middle East.

$ 143.00 Selling price per barrel.

Here are some facts that the Democrats do not wont you to know.

1 Who has the most oil in the ground that is untapped in the world?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
2 Who has more oil then anyone in the word combine?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
3 Who has the stupidest people in the world when it comes to getting oil from the ground?
A: Middle East B: England C: USA
4 Who has a political Party that Hell bent on screwing its people?
A : Democrats B: Communist C: Socialist

1 C
2 C
3 C
4 A, B, C All Mean The Same.
Keyboard Commando

Dogue, VA

#3 Jul 1, 2008
Sarah Palin, the governor of Alaska. I want to make sure that we're not just talking about the need to develop, to ramp up development, offshore and in ANWR, but we're asking them now, "What's your plan? If not domestic supplies being tapped into with offshore and with ANWR, then, Congress, what is your plan?"

Here is a female Republican who is willing to gut it up. She sent Dingy Harry a letter. She challenged the Democrats to drill in ANWR. "What's your plan?" If we're not going to drill offshore and we're not going to drill in ANWR, what is your plan for more energy? And here was Obama in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was at a campaign event. Here's Obama pretty much responding to Sarah Palin, whether he knew it or not.
OBAMA: We're not going to bring down gas prices easily, quickly. The only way to do it is to reduce demand, uh, over the long term in a serious way. And so, you know, I -- I -- I -- when John McCain says, well, we're going to drill our way out of the problem, or we're going to give tax cuts, uh, uh, hol -- or suspend the gas tax for 60 days which would save you 30 cents a day for 90 days for a grand total of $28, you know, then I say, you know, that's a gimmick. You're not being serious.

Can't take this man seriously, folks. I'm sorry. I listen and I want to laugh. Here's a guy who thinks you're paying too much for everything except gasoline. You're paying too much for health care. You're paying too much for tuition. You're paying too much for education. You're paying too much for this, too much for that. But not gasoline. Whatever amount that the gallon of gasoline might be reduced, it's insignificant. It's a gimmick. It's a trick. Yet these are the people supposedly concerned with the dire economic consequences brought on by the Republicans. We're not going to bring down gas prices easily, quickly? We're not? We're not even going to try? The only way to do it is to reduce demand over the long term?
Oilman

Dogue, VA

#4 Jul 1, 2008
To all you lefties and greenies: Had Bill Clinton not VETOED drilling in ANWR in the mid 90's, we'd have the fuel we need now and be planning for our energy freedom from the sand jockey cartels for the future.

Anytime Bush has tried to open up ANWR for drilling the Dems and enviro-nuts have stopped him. Yes, there is leased land, but ironically, because of lawsuits, greenies and government red tape, they cannot be drilled. Government needs to GET OUT of the WAY!

When properly motivated and with government out of the way, a private company rebuilt the bridge over Interstate 10 in Los Angeles, destroyed in an earthquake, in THREE MONTHS. CALTRANS would have dithered, squandered, and finally performed in a year or two...at best.

We've obeyed naysayers for FAR too long.
Oilman

Dogue, VA

#5 Jul 1, 2008
You know, I do not see that many comments from the enviromental lefties here? Is this because the truth of what Governor Palin says about drilling is true? Obama would rather us do without than drill our own oil? He says that we consume more of the earth's resources than we should be allowed. If president, he will make sure we stop taking more of our share! This is McCain's ace in the hole and this is why so many are weary of him. He goes along with just about every thing that Obama believes in when it comes to oil & the environment! I will hold my nose and vote for MCbush because the alternative of having O'Carter as Pres is really frightening!!!
Oilman

Dogue, VA

#6 Jul 1, 2008
where do we start?i 've worked in the oil industry for over 20 years.First of all obama's energy policy adds up to big horse's A S S .Do you think you can drill anywhere for oil or natural gas.You base your hunches on geology and geophysics.Anyone hear of seismic testing.All drilling is cheaper on land than on water.How many rigs do you want in a proven area.i' ve been on 5 million dollar holes which were dusters.Its not cheap and yes it's risky and can be dangerous.secondly,who is this Maxine Waters who wants to socialize the oil industry in America.The term is natioinalize.Socialize is when you run around with your martinis looking for taxpayers money to fund your keeping yourself elected scams.You represent your voters and Congress very well.More oil could be flowing from Alaska in 5 years -tops.Canada has the right idea.They've been developing their tarsands since 1996.it costs an estimated 50$ per barrel to produce.An estimated 1.76 billion barrels has been upscaled to over 2 trillion barrels-yes thats the t word.They will be producing up to 3 million barrels a day,very soon.70% is shipped daily to America and is protected by NAFTA which again the bonehead wants to scrap.we' ve got oil shales we can develop.This will take the estimated 10 years that it took Canada.there might be more,but you can't tell until you drill and test.i hope this has been educational.
Oilman

Dogue, VA

#7 Jul 1, 2008
We will wait and we will see a country that is down and almost out , no vacations and no recreation , does any one realize how much that industry contributes to the tax base? the states are up in arms now over the loss of revenue over us cutting back and losing a billion dollars so far in revenues . so what is this going to look like in the years ahead if the democrats get their way and no drilling takes place . they say we can't drill our way out ? if you are in a hole and you have to dig a little to get out would you not dig? we have to start some where and better to drill now then to keep going down this hole that the environmentalists have dug for us all.
Oilman

Dogue, VA

#8 Jul 1, 2008
Having worked for a driller, i know it won't take 10 years. that is a propaganda fallacy. oil wells can from beginning to end take 45-90 days to produce oil. within one year you have the 'quality' oil production. the drilling offshore takes 2 years with today's technology. those propaganda 10-15 year cries were based upon using technology from the 60s and 70s. even the technology from the 90's has been surpassed. nope ANWAR will only need to build a pipeline to the all ready existing pipeline, that is the only infrastructure that will require good planning and any length of time. the infrastructure exists from the current pipeline to market. just have to connect to that pipeline. i dare say would take approxiimately 5 years, if even that, but we won't know until it starts now will we? we can always listen to these nay sayers without them having the fear of being proven wrong, if we never drill there or drill off shore. nope, having seen what the technology can do today, i would say we can have this oil much sooner than what the left's fallacies are dictating.
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#9 Jul 1, 2008
You lefties have been using that "won't help for 10 years" crap for 30 years. I'm going to venture a guess that if we don't ever start, we'll NEVER have that oil.
But, I forgot. You folks want us to run out of and stop using oil altogether - so we can walk and feel good about ourselves as our economy crashes around our ears.
What fatuous drivel!
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#10 Jul 1, 2008
WHEN will MSM fess up to the vast reserves of ALL our oil - including oil shale - and the environmental truths in contemporary extraction, refining, and distribution processes? China is slant-drilling 50 miles off Florida and the Dem's say WE CAN'T? McCain's uptake on Gingrich's proposal to stimulate American brainpower through hefty prize-backed competitions was proven successful in the past grand world expositions for architecture and engineering feats. Red/success or Blue/failure....
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#11 Jul 1, 2008
NO!!!! This can not be allowed!!! Obambi promised us GREEN JOBS!!! GREEN JOBS!!! We just need to hold on until January 2009. Then we will all have GREEN JOBS!!! Besides...think of the Carbon footprint generated just to get all that evil oil company equipment up to Alaska. GREEN JOBS NOW!!!
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#12 Jul 1, 2008
Better we listen to reasonable, responsible adults like Governor Palin rather than the spoiled brat children who run the Democratic party.
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#13 Jul 1, 2008
Yes, my friends on the left, there are responsible ways to drill for oil that will help us with our energy needs and not disturb your precious caribou. It's time we started to look to solutions like this rather than Obama's wind farms (fat lot of good they do in places where there is little wind) and other "green" alternatives that will, if the promised spending goes through, become the biggest energy boondoggle since the "US Oil Shale Corporation" of the mid 1980's.

To eschew drilling for new sources of oil is madness - especially since Obama's promised energy revolution will be 10-20 years in the making and has no guarantee it will meet our energy needs anyway.
Stupid DEMOCRATES

Dogue, VA

#14 Jul 1, 2008
For newspapers, the news has swiftly gone from bad to worse. This year is taking shape as their worst on record, with a double-digit drop in advertising revenue, raising serious questions about the survival of some papers and the solvency of their parent companies.

Ad revenue, the primary source of newspaper income, began sliding two years ago, and as hiring freezes turned to buyouts and then to layoffs, the decline has only accelerated.

Over all, ad revenue fell almost 8 percent last year. This year, it is running about 12 percent below that dismal performance, and company reports issued last week suggested a 14 percent to 15 percent decline in May.

Never in my most bearish dreams six months ago did I think wed be talking about negative 15 percent numbers against weak comps, said Peter S. Appert, an analyst at Goldman Sachs.I think the probability is very high that there will be a number of examples of individual newspapers and newspaper companies that fall into a loss position. And I think its inevitable that there will be closures in this industry, and maybe bankruptcies.

Just maybe the Daily Press will fall. If they would get off there Political agenda just maybe they can recover.
Scott C

Hampton, VA

#15 Jul 1, 2008
Wasn't gas prices a Big talking point for Democrats during last years election, which helped them take control of both House and Senate. Now, prices are worst than ever. I guess it's all Bush's fault huh?
Charles

United States

#16 Jul 1, 2008
"Can't take this man seriously, folks."

This I can agree with; but I don't find any of these jokes very amusing, no matter how many times he changed his name or how many posts he made.

Scott C,

I think that members of both parties seem more dedicated to political backers and party affiliation than they do to the public they are meant to serve.

Regards,

Charles

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