Monday, April 12, 2010


If you can't trust the government, who can you trust?  (God?  Oh no, we can't have God mentioned anywhere governmental...except on currency.  But the far-left wants to get rid of that anyway.  But that's another story.)  An article in The Wall Street Journal -- Monday, April 5, 2010, Front Page -- "Natural-Gas Data Overstated" discussed that the U. S. Department of Energy overstated U. S. natural gas production data; Gary Long, the acting director of the 914 form (a director of a form?  A form director?  Only in governement.) said, "We saw some numbers we didn't like..." and decided to change his methodology, although he didn't give details, according to the WSJ.

Now reflect on the widespread dependency on numbers coming from the U. S. Government and think...are they accurate?  Close?  Arbitrary?  Now further consider that the vast majority of bureaucrats in the U. S. government are liberals with an agenda.  Then further, further consider that maybe they're making the numbers all up to reinforce what they want reinforced.

Naaah, not with President Obama running things.

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