Tuesday, March 30, 2024
By Steven Taylor

The Kerry campaign has been teaching me a lot about the economy. First, the President controls the number of jobs in the economy. And now, we find out that he controls the price of gasoline.

No wonder he wants the job: those are some pretty cool powers.

And no wonder the Democrats think Bush is a dolt: because if he would just use his Magical Presidential PowersTM and create about 15 million new jobs and lower the gas prices to about 50 cents a gallon, re-election would be a breeze. What a maroon.

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3 Responses to “Things I Didn’t Know”

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    1. Cranial Cavity Says:

      Kerry’s Oil Strategy is as Slippery as the Oil he Wants to Save
      Let’s start with the US Dept. of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy. The U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve is the largest stockpile of government-owned emergency crude oil in the world. Established in the aftermath of the 1973-74 oil embargo, the SPR…

    2. The Daily Lemon Says:

      How Bush can guarentee victory
      Yep, as the Kerry campaign has noted, this looks like Bush’s key to a victory come November. Why didn’t they think of this? As Steven Taylor points out over at Poliblog: The Kerry campaign has been teaching me a lot…

    3. The American Mind Says:

      Kerry’s House of Ketchup #6
      I can taste the tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, the distilled vinegar, the high fructose corn syrup,

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