Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Google Bugle

Do you know what we love about Google? (Other than when you 'Google' "Romney" RiaF pops up at number four.)

Google has become the backyard fence for the 'I don't have time to do anything else but go to Google' set.

Want to know how to make a Rhubarb Pie? Google it.

Want to know who starred in the greatest movie ever made? Google it.

Google has become the place to go when you want to find out something about something.

Or someone.

Like that good-looking man who is running for President from Massachusetts.

How many people across the country do you think will turn to Google to find out how Fraudo fared with the Flood of Aught Six?

How many will open Google and type in < Romney Flood >

Look at what they'll find: Google: Romney Flood.

Oh look, an article on how Romney recently declared a state of emergency in the Commonwealth because of flooding in communities like Peabody. Unfortunately it falls below an article on how in 2004 Willard Mitt vetoed $5.7 million in state aid meant to help the city of Peabody prevent flooding in the future. (source: Salem Evening News, 9/20/2004)

Romney claimed he had a good reason for whacking the flood control monies; 'his office was unable to get enough information to justify the spending.' (source: AP, 9/23/2004)


Think he can justify now?

Fraudo, you're doing a heck of a job.


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