President Obama will make a speech tomorrow from the oval office comparing the oil spill to 9/11. He will undoubtedly use this occasion to push his carbon cap and trade fiasco on the American people who always seem to be willing victims to the absurd manipulation by those in power.
Are you his speechwriter? If not, how do you know the content? I plan on watching the speech with an open mind and I won't pass judgement on content I have not heard.
speech write..well i agree with doug..lee first let him make speech then one can comment...
The WH routinely "leaks" snippets of the President's speeches to the press. This is nothing new and we all know the President and his friends are well positioned to make billions of dollars when his energy bill with carbon trading is passed, and it will pass because this government does not care one iota for the people, what we think, what we need, or what we want.
There are always opportunities from a crisis, however, 90% of the time, the choices made about moving forward are one-sided and usually costs the general public more money than should.
Excuses, that's all that will be found in any speech that comes from Washington, and it will have TONS of political spin, so the truth cannot be found out.
Nothing new I guess. Same garbage, day in and day out.
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