Is Bush's high gas prices, caused by Bush's falling dollar, enough to keep you from voting for Bush3?
Asked By: Gnawing W - 6/30/2008
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Answered By: Phade3 - 6/30/2008
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Its the Federal Reserves fault not GWB !! Bush doesnt run the printing presses does he? Use you head and stop the party politics.
Answered By: William F - 6/30/2008
This mess really picked up steam when the dems took over congress. Oil was less than $60 then.
Answered By: fsfa - 6/30/2008
You should be thanking Bill Clinton for deregulating the speculating on oil futures back in 98-99. Before that you could not speculate on it and it kept oil prices stable. This whole increase is because of rich stock market players raising the price on paper! Oil production is higher today even though consumption is... More
Answered By: hesjim57 - 6/30/2008
Yes, because everything is Bush's fault. </sarcasm> I will vote for who I think will be the best person to lead this country, regardless of party.
Answered By: AZrockslide - 6/30/2008
Yes and I shall say again YES vote Obama if all our money wasn't going to halliburton the national debt wouldn't be what it is and the dollar would be stronger which would mean lower gas prices
Answered By: TresAmigo - 6/30/2008
Yeah, pretty much. Unless I get called racist one too many times and have to prove it.
Answered By: Harry Potus - 6/30/2008
all obama supporters can say about their man is that he is not bush since they know little about him and ignore what is known... More
Answered By: karl k - 6/30/2008
High gas prices are caused by the DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS! Gas was $1.70 until the Dems. took over! How could the falling dollar have ANYTHING to do with Bush? CONGRESS holds the purse strings!
Answered By: Don't Tread On Me! - 6/30/2008
It really is unreal how many of us know absolutely nothing about Congress's role in the white house. It amazes me to no end.
Answered By: sassinya - 6/30/2008
Bush cannot run for a 3rd term. Seems you dems don't know this.
Answered By: Son of Long Legged Mac Daddy - 6/30/2008
Im sure you know these gas prices aren't Bush's fault but I guess it's possible you're not bright enough to know that, I suppose you're one of those that thinks Obama will do much better with gas prices after he raises taxes on the oil companies. Give me Bush anyday over Obama!
Answered By: route66_hustler - 6/30/2008
ANYBODY BUT OBAMA and his Socialist controllers.
Answered By: Rick O - 6/30/2008
All this stuff going on around you, and you have no idea why. They only thing that you seem to know how to do is blame one man. How logical is it to blame one man for the world's problems? How logical is it to think that these problems were all created in the last 7 years? You are delusional, homey.
Answered By: Cambo - 6/30/2008
It was the Dem party in Congress not Bush honey learn before you vote you people scare me! So seeing your clueless your vote shouldn't even count either!
Answered By: seahag - 6/30/2008
I'ts not Bush's high gas price, It's not Bus's falling dollar, but then you know that. And No Bush is not running for a third term. Nice try though.,
Answered By: Chief Scout - 6/30/2008
Lets see when GWB took office and the Democrats left the deficit was at a cool 5.7 and was going down. Now it is at an all time high 9.2 trillon. He is like some drunk with a credit card and a blue light special at a kmart! And he buys the whole d**n store. The popular vote elected Gore in 2000. Where would we be... More
Answered By: John Mccain our fraud hero!! - 6/30/2008
Oh yeah! Actually, there are other factors besides the falling dollar; speculating on gas, failure to build refineries, and destabilization of the Middle East are a few. But they are all related to Bush actions/policies. So yeah, my wallet says its enough to keep me from voting for him.
Answered By: mrtester1959 - 6/30/2008
Wow! When did Bush become the Emperor of the world? I guess he single handedly forced the price of crude oil to triple, (not the shortage of supply caused by the Democrats restricting drilling for more). He single handedly ran up the debt (without Congress first passing the spending bills... More
Answered By: Jacob W - 6/30/2008
I perfer Bush3 over Carter2
Answered By: moodylazy - 6/30/2008
Give the Strategy time to Work!!!!
Answered By: MIB - 6/30/2008
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