In his most recent State of the Union Address, US President George W.
Bush stated that one of the goals of the current administration is "to
promote energy independence" for the country. He asked the legislators
to enact laws aimed at protecting the environment, and he also did
propose a $.2 billion fund for research on the use of hydrogen as a
potential substitute to gasoline.
He also asked the nation to: "Join me in this important innovation to
make our air significantly cleaner, and our country much less
dependent on foreign sources of energy." Recently, the President made
a move that supports his statements earlier in the year by visiting
the Ford Motor Company's Kansas plant where hybrid and flex fuel
vehicles are being developed and produced.
The Kansas City Assembly Plant by Ford with more than 300 employees
welcomed the President when he toured the hybrid assembly line. He
addressed the gathered employees of the plant saying: "Technology
changes the way we have lived our lives and technology is going to
change the way we drive our cars." The President also commended the
development undertaken by the country's second largest car
manufacturer in the development of flex fuel vehicles which can run on
E85 fuel. This fuel is a combination of bio-ethanol and it is produced
from agricultural products and is used as a conventional gasoline. The
President said: "You're making a new kind of automobile that is
literally a part of changing America for the better."...
BullShit snipped for stink
Hey DUFUS, it is 2009, and Bush isn't the Pres. anymore....
Best you go scurry back under your ROCK, for another 20 years....