Would someone please explain to me how it’s George W. Bush’s fault that people started buying gas-guzzling cars again in the mid-1990s, driving up the demand of fuel and thus the cost (though when you adjust for inflation, gas costs less today than it did in 1980, and it’s not that much more expensive than bottled water or soda), and how it’s George W. Bush’s fault that California is overpopulated? Please?
My tiny little brain just doesn’t understand, and my Mom taught me that when everyone else seems to have the problem, chances are it’s really you who has the problem. So since everyone else understands this, I must have the problem, so, please, enlighten me.
And, also, would someone please tell whether the disappearance of the Lindbergh baby had anything to do with George W. Bush? I’m starting to wonder.
Hmmm… Your problem (and mine) is that you try to take responsibility for your actions and prefer to think about the situation and what are the true causes of the problem.
This is not popular in the United States anymore… it appears that most people prefer to rely on quick fixes, blame the other person, blame the "other" political party, blame anyone but themselves either individually or collectively.
We see the result unfolding in ever mnore absurd ways every day.
We can at least keep doing our piece to raise these issues. Some people will head the call of rationality.
He didn’t have anything to do with the Lindbergh baby, but he was behind JFK’s killing. Oh and I think he had some thing to do with that "new coke" thing.
There are many more people out there than you think who take responsibility.