Bush Vetoes Charcoal Grill Bill; Cites Carbon As Fundamental Component

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Bush Vetoes Charcoal Grill Bill; Cites Carbon As Fundamental Component Of All Life

As expected, George Bush exercised his veto power and expunged the controversial Charcoal Grill Bill that the Senate and the House, growing wiser about the promise of science, bravely passed without, however, enough votes to override his ill-considered flick of the pen. The bill would have allowed federal funding for barbeque research. It was the first veto of his presidency.

Citing the role of carbon, not only in charcoal briquettes, but as the fundamental component of life, Mr. Bush stated, Youve got to respect carbon. Without it, none of us would be here. He then pointed to himself, and said, For instance, I wouldnt be here. I owe my life to carbon.

Standing behind him were a number of effervescently grateful families who had been invited to participate in the photo op.

Mr. Bush, smiling broadly, picked up one of the children, and stated, Same goes for all these families and their wonderful children. Without carbon, they wouldnt be here.

A reporter noted, “I believe that’s correct, sir, since carbon is also found in oil, and I’m sure they...

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