UnNews:Bush to use oil money to fund war
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10 May 2007
Amid a growing crisis between Congress, the White House, and the American people, George W. Bush made an unpopular move by using all the oil money that was to used to buy oil and use the money towards funding the Iraq War.
"Americans need a total sacrifice to help win this war," remarked president Bush. "If the American people feel that they don't support the war, I'll remind them that they need to support this war or else."
"I guess this is the final solution to the problem," said one Indiana resident.
One critic we talked said stuff, but we were unable to quote this by FEMA as he was carted off and shot in the head.
The American people have grown frustrated, but are unable the vent as martial law has come into effect and the fear of being shot by troops. Meanwhile food shortages, blackouts, and water shortages has begun to take affect in America.
Congress can do nothing in this crisis. Under the guidelines of the Patriot Act passed in 2001, the president has authority to cut off oil supplies to fund emergency situations while Congress can not pass measures to cut the section out or even override the presidential veto. Also the current 2008 Presidental Election has been postponed until this situation passes under the Patriot Act so looks like we'll seeing more of the same for a long time.