Thursday, November 30, 2006

Bush successfully prevents Hurricanes from striking America

Great news, Hurricane Season is over, without one Hurricane striking the United States, and we can thank President Bush. Am I joking? Sure, but since we watched the Liberals happily blame Bush for causing Katrina and the hurricane season of 2005, why aren't we giving Bush credit for stopping the Hurricanes from striking America in 2006?

MIAMI (AP) - The mild 2006 Atlantic hurricane season draws to a close Thursday without a single hurricane striking the United States - a stark contrast to the record-breaking 2005 season that killed more than 1,500 people and left thousands homeless along the Gulf Coast.

The Blame game lies from 2005 to refresh your memory.

In a fundraising email sent out to donors on Thursday, Mrs. Clinton alleges:
"In the last five years, the Bush administration has left no major environmental law untouched in their push to deregulate, undermining or rolling back decades of regulations put in place to protect our heath.
"The results are all around us," she says, citing "more greenhouse gases, global warming, rising seas, more violent storms like Katrina."


Wonderful, now we know that these things that were Bush's fault failed to deliver the promised destructive extreme hurricanes, so it also must be Bush's doing. Thank you Mr. President.

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