Friday, September 23, 2005


Refiners raise gas prices before Rita Comes Ashore

Special Report, by Grey Owl

HOUSTON (Sept 22, 2005) In an effort to head off reductions in chief executive salaries and pension plans from damages to Gulf refineries in hurricane Rita, major oil companies today raised gasoline prices another fifty cents per gallon across the country. “It’s the least we can do,” said an Exxon Mobil spokesman at a news conference announcing the measure. “People are suffering.”

With oil company profits at an all-time high for the last quarter, the move was seen by Wall St. petroleum analysts as a preventative measure. “It’s only natural for oil company executives to want the increased protection,” one analyst suggested. “After all, these men have families to support.”

Saturday, September 10, 2005


Scores Laura Bush for Comments to Press
Grey Owl
Sept 7, 2005

WASHINGTON: In a news conference marked by mounting anger, Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal) today expressed her disgust at comments made by First Lady Laura Bush in defending her husband, President George W. Bush against accusations from the far Left asserting that the President actually hates black people and wishes they were all dead.
The Congresswoman told reporters that the First Lady’s remarks clearly went beyond the bounds of good taste when she said in an interview with American Urban Radio Networks that, "I think all of those remarks are disgusting, to be perfectly frank, because of course President Bush cares about everyone in our country. And I know that. I mean, I'm the person who lives with him.”
Pelosi, furious at what she termed the First Lady’s lack of balance, good judgment, and maturity, added, “It’s extremists like her who mar the feelings of good fellowship in Washington, and give our Government a bad name. Democrats have been struggling against mounting resistance from the political right to bring civility and balance into the political dialogue, and this just proves how fruitless our efforts have been.”