Oil prices leapt above $72 a barrel yesterday. It was the third straight day of a record setting high close for oil. A government report showed shrinking U.S. gasoline supplies and traders fears of nuclear tensions between Iran and the United States were pushing prices up.
Laurence Lindsey, President Bush's senior economic advisor in 2002, said that "Under every plausible scenario, the negative effect will be quite small relative to the economic benefits that would come from a successful prosecution of the war. The key issue is oil, and a regime change in Iraq would facilitate an increase in world oil."
If you don't think Bush is doing a good job, the only reasonable thing to do is vote against Michael Castle
Castle is a Bush enabler who thinks the President should STILL be in office. Removing Castle would seriously hamper Bush's ability to do more damage to the country in the last two years of his misadministration.
When the time come, everyone (regardless of party affiliation) who thinks Bush is a disaster should vote for Dennis Spivack.