Today, President McCain announced a new national goal to stop the growth in U.S. greenhouse gas
emissions by 2109. This new goal marks a major step forward in America's ongoing efforts to address
climate change. If we fully implement our strong new laws, adhere to the principles the President
outlined, and adopt appropriate incentives, we will put the United States on a lacksidasical track
for greenhouse gas reductions within 100 years. The growth in emissions will slow over the next ten
decades, stop by 2125, and begin to reverse thereafter, so long as this country is not under water by then.
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Meanwhile, Vice President Palin continues her VP Orientation program
at the brand new State Department's VP Training Center. She has successfully
completed the challenging "Foreign Leaders' Names" unit and the crucial "Friend or Foe" unit. Her next topic will be "The
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Next week, Vice President Palin is
scheduled for a field trip to the Pentagon where she will work on perfecting her "Commander-in-Chief"
VP Palin Takes Over
As you can imagine, it is quite tiring being Maverick-in-Chief, so
President McCain took a much deserved six-hour nap yesterday while putting his Maverick-in-Training
in charge. Vice President Palin was in Alaska at the time. A minor controversy occurred, but the White House is
confident it will be cleared up in no time.
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The U.S. economy is structurally
strong, but we are experiencing a period of economic challenge. Concern over the
housing market has shaken the broader economy, but the President believes the
government can respect the principles of the free market, while also taking
sensible, focused action to help responsible homeowners weather a rough patch.
As a true maverick would say, you're on your own folks.
President John McCain and Vice President Sarah Palin proudly welcome former President George W. Bush back to the
WhiteHouse where he will take on the role as President McCain's Senior Advisor on domestic and foreign
President McCain Announces Historic Decision to Bring George W. Bush Back to the White House
President John McCain announced today at a morning press conference the return of former
President George W. Bush to the White House where he will serve as a Senior Advisor to President
McCain on both domestic and foreign policy.
President McCain said in his statement: "Due to the
highly charged political environment during my campaign, I had to distance myself from the Bush
Administration. However, it is a widely reported fact that I voted with President Bush 90% of the
time while he was in office. Because of this, it should come as no surprise that I announce today
the appointment of the former President as my Senior Advisor on domestic and foreign policy".
"This obviously demonstrates my commitment to continue to advance the outstanding
policies of the Bush Administration which I have supported over the past eight years".
"I am also pleased to announce the appointment of former
Vice President Dick Cheney as Senior Advisor to Vice President Sarah Palin. His vast political
experience will help counter her extraordinarily thin resume and they both like to hunt."
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