When gasoline prices went up in recent past, I noted that many letter writers blamed President Bush for the increase. The usual tired and tiresome rhetoric — Big Oil and President Bush’s relationship to the petroleum industry — was vigorously expressed.
I just finished filling my gas tank and noted with great joy that the $2.95 per gallon paid was more than $1 less than even a month ago. I rushed home to check “Letters” to see if anyone had written praising President Bush for somehow bringing the price down. Strangely, none could be found. Couldn’t understand it. Perhaps it was a simple oversight by his previous critics.
Anyway, thanks, President Bush, for looking out for us.
Donald E. Kuenzi