Saturday, April 22, 2006

George W. Bush’s Earth Day


Bush celebrated Earth Day today; he went to “commune with nature” in a state forest in California. As always when communing with nature, he brought a crowd.


His bike has a name. It’s called Mountain Bike One.

He then went to Sacramento to see a hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered car.


And a hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered bus (exact change only, Mr President!).


He said that hydrogen is the “fuel of the future.” He said that hydrogen is “domestically produced” (in hydrogen factories, I assume).

He arrived in Sacramento on his personal helicopter.


He left Sacramento on his personal airplane.


Here’s the motorcade that took him to his environmentally friendly bike ride.



He even walked at one point, but he didn’t look very pleased about it.



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