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Thursday, May 04, 2006

Insulting and Inadequate Gas Rebate

A $100 gas rebate: there is a token gesture. Instead of taking any measures to avert or solve an energy crisis, our Capitol Hill spokespersons for business interests think they can appease voters by giving us a tax break that amounts to less than what many of us spend on gasoline in a month. Ultimately, this proposition was rejected by the House as “insulting and inadequate.” I think the House is insulting and inadequate.


  • This was sponsored by Senator Frist, who also allegedly blamed the high gas prices on former President Clinton. I'm no fan of Clinton, but I have a hard time finding him at fault for the gas priced five years after he left office.

    By Blogger Steve, at 2:26 PM, May 05, 2006  

  • I want to explode with comments on this post, but Big Brother may be watching.

    Let's just say that nothing connected to the energy markets happens as the result of a logical order of events.


    Never ever.

    Never mind.

    By Blogger Ashley, at 8:17 PM, May 05, 2006  

  • I cracked up when I heard Frist claiming that the $100 rebate would "make a real difference" to working families. Right. A real difference for about two tanks of gas.

    By Blogger English Professor, at 7:55 PM, May 08, 2006  

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