Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Where, oh where are the new ideas from the Dems? 

Alert reader Steve Duncan throws the following over the transom:

President Bush complained today that Democrats were not offering ideas to ease the nation's oil dependency. Bush has been touring the nation for months pushing his "Oil from Mars" initiative to little success or enthusiasm. The public and his political opposition don't yet agree America's resources should be employed drilling for oil on the Red Planet and bringing it back to Earth. "We have a disaster that's going to happen in the future, and that's America running out of oil. We must get oil from Mars and soon. Democrats in Congress want to obstruct this effort and have offered no ideas in response to my initiative. America will move forward and get that oil with or without input from the liberal elites!" said Bush in a Rose Garden appearance.

Many Democrats in Congress are beginning to feel they must at least devise an alternate drilling policy on Mars in order to appear involved in fixing what all agree will be a problem 20 to 30 years down the road. "I think rocket ships are real neat and just might do the trick." said Joe Leiberman. He continued, "As Democrats we must put forward our own oil from Mars initiative or we risk ceding the issue to the Republicans."

One issue yet to be resolved in all of this is where Bush plans to get the 42 trillion dollars it will take to explore, extract and ferry the oil to Earth. "I'm not going to get in a debate with myself on the details, that's for Congress to do. You see, I'm an ideas man, I like ideas, I'm a leader and leaders lead. We'll get that oil with or without the help of the Democrats," said Bush.

Will Democrats join in the nation's search for more oil on Mars?

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