Thursday, April 27, 2006

A bold package, my black ass...

Okay, a bitch has said it before…but these motherfuckers have lost their minds!

Jesus to Gawd, when was the last time our Senators filled up on gas? Some staffer needs to do the nation a favor, drag his senatorial boss out into the city…down the fucking street and round the corner to a gas station so he or she can see…with their own delusional and used to being driven around eyes…that a $100 rebate check won't accomplish shit in the face of $3 a gallon regular gas prices!

Can a bitch get an amen?

Sorry assed do nothing out of touch assholes.

If the Senate is paying money back for shit they’ve done wrong they need to call a bitch because their math is off…big time!

If they are tossing money back to ease my pain…my pain has a few more zeros attached to it and is listed under College Loans on the What Debt Collecting Asshole Currently Has Their Boot On My Neck list.

Mmmhmmm.

It costs a hell of a lot more than $100 to buy this bitch off.

My ass is thinking about investing in a bike and tell the whole gas-based shit to kiss my black ass.

If only they made a helmet that didn’t fuck up my ‘fro…

19 comments:

state of our nation said...

it's funny...because it's true. i gotta get gas after work, i dread the stop.

JasonSpalding said...

Have you ever looked at a map of gas prices in the United Stated based on county? Have you compared it to the results of a presidential election based on a precinct map?

Ancrene Wiseass said...

Amen!

As a grad student who stays up with an aching stomach thinking about the loan debt--and the credit card debt--that's accumulating, day by day, I hear ya.

As a grad student who's having to sell her truck because she can't possibly afford the combined increase in insurance and gas prices, well, I hear ya there, too.

I think a Vespa would be nice. A red one. Especially if I could wear a jaunty red neck scarf while zipping around town on it. But I don't think I can afford a Vespa, either. Hell, my ass would have a hard time affording the scarf!

Ancrene Wiseass said...

Amen!

As a grad student who stays up with an aching stomach thinking about the loan debt--and the credit card debt--that's accumulating, day by day, I hear ya.

As a grad student who's having to sell her truck because she can't possibly afford the combined increase in insurance and gas prices, well, I hear ya there, too.

I think a Vespa would be nice. A red one. Especially if I could wear a jaunty red neck scarf while zipping around town on it. But I don't think I can afford a Vespa, either. Hell, my ass would have a hard time affording the scarf!

sb said...

Amen!

Lady K said...

Um, yeah o'k.
Unless they are giving me $100 a week for gas, I don't want to hear it.

ginviren said...

I busted out laughing when I heard this on the radio this morning. $100?!? Surely you jest!

Given my current commute, it would last all of about...2 seconds (ok maybe more like 2 weeks).

Did they honestly think this would placate the American people?

Andrew said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

Love the Blog!

Amen x 2 for U!

GayProf said...

Can a bitch get an amen?

Oooh -- Call and Response blogging. Nice.

What does the Senate/House/Executive Branch care about gas prices? If they don't outright own parts of oil companies, they get the perks delivered by lobbyists.

Tina said...

I have to agree that some senators have utterly lost their minds. You're thinking that giving me $100 of my tax dollars back is going to help? Basically, the way that I see that is with our unbelievably huge national debt, you're borrowing $100 from my kid to give to me. No thanks, I don't want it. If I get it, I think I'll give it to moveon.org or some wind energy citizens action group or something. I gotta write my senators and tell them not to be idiots...

Rodney said...

Sho nuff! From the Hallelujah Sisters in the Amen Corner.

BZZZT said...

"If the Senate is paying money back for shit they’ve done wrong they need to call a bitch because their math is off…big time!"


ROTFLMAO! (and yet tragically, so true -- those turdbutts. I'm so sick of their sociopathic asses and sorry excuses for human beings -- but it's 'we the people' who keep putting them back there to become even more powerful, wealthy and greedy. Hell, Marie Antoinette had NOTHING on these creeps!)

cheers & have a great weekend Shark Fu!

Buzzzed

Elizabeth said...

JasonSpalding's comment inspired me, so I found the following two maps:

"Purple America" (Election 2004 results)--http://www.princeton.edu/~rvdb/JAVA/election2004/

and gas prices-- http://geography.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://www.gasbuddy.com/gb%5Fgastemperaturemap.aspx

That'll teach those liberals to complain, I suppose. $3.34 (and it's higher in some places now) is a hell of a lot more than $2.46.

A hundred bucks will buy me about 30 gallons of gas here... which will last me *maybe* three weeks. And my car gets decent mileage, and I only drive on the weekends. I really don't feel justified complaining about prices, considering almost everyone I know goes through at least $75 in gas per week.

They honestly think this is going to help? Unless the money is coming out of the CEO's pockets, I don't want it.

Homer said...

What makes me so fricken annoyed is that because gas goes up, inflation increases, therefore the Federal Reserve has to raise interest rates. So my home equity loan goes up again. With the added gas price and the added interest I'm paying, I'm REALLY NOT ENJOYING this wonderful economy that Bush keeps yapping about.

Sandeera said...

I just found your blog and I'm loving it.

Anonymous said...

Child pleaSe I drive a 89 Mercury Grand Marquis-$199 dollars ain't going do shit for me

Lois said...

My ass is thinking about investing in a bike.

Exactly, darling - when were you thinking about getting a bike when gas was cheap? Higher gas prices are good for all in the long run.

Lois said...

Dear Angry Black Bitch,

I don't like the national economic repercussions of extraordinarily high gas prices either, but the fact remains - high gas prices are the only thing that get a country talking about public transit, and alternative forms of transportation, like cycling or car pooling.

It will be a tough summer, but we'll make it through, and we'll hopefully come out a nation better prepared for the future of both transportation, and changing Houses come November.