Back in 2006 and 2008, when gasoline prices reached very high levels, then Senator Obama, then Speaker Nancy Pelosi (she took office in 2007, and after the 2010 Mid-Term election became house Minority Leader from the Democrat Party), many other Democrat politicians and the Elite Media ( from the NY Times to NBC and the majority of the other major networks and newspapers) blamed the gasoline price rise on Bush’s and Cheney’s oil friends and how those prices were hurting the American people, even keeping people from having enough money to put enough gas in their vehicles to search jobs (that was actually said by then Senator Obama). The bottom line is that at the time, high gas prices were a disaster, and that was highlighted over and over by the anti-Bush crowd, from politicians to the Elite Media.
Well, since Obama took office gasoline has doubled in price and gone up 33% in the last year alone. Now the media is saying that high prices, create jobs, is good for the Earth, good for you (less people would die), etc. This is so ridiculous that is actually laughable. When gas prices were high during Bush that was bad, now they are good. To add insult to injury, President Obama at a recent town-hall meeting, shamefully made fun of a man with 10 kids because he drives a big vehicle (Just facts my friends).
Below is a very interesting You Tube clip on what the Democrats ( including President Barack Obama) and the Elite Media said in 2006
and 2008 when gasoline prices were high during the Bush administration. Yes, this clips were put together by a Conservative, but that does not diminish the facts in this writing.
Regardless, this is not about Bush Presidency, although Obama still blames all his problems on Bush. These video clips are the facts of them and now, so there is not any guessing or misrepresentation. It is just a full campaign by not only Obama and his minions, but more shamefully by a media that fails to be fair and also provide the American people with the facts. They are hell bent on praising Obama regardless of all his shortcomings or failures.
I would not fear a pack of lions led by a sheep, but I would always fear a flock of sheep led by a lion. Alexander the Great ( or maybe some other wise leader, since there are disputes as to whether Alexander the Great actually said that, but regardless, it is very fitting for today’s events).