Monday, July 07, 2008

Bush Legacy Bus stops in Norwalk today

Apparently there's some kind of traveling museum of Bush's failures of leadership that's touring the nation, and today (Monday, July 7th) at 3:30PM it makes a stop at the Silver Star Diner in Norwalk (210 Connecticut Ave.)

The Bush Legacy Tour Bus, sponsored by Americans United for Change, houses exhibits on eight of the most defining issues of George W. Bush's presidency:

* Iraq
* The Economy
* The Environment
* Health Care
* Labor
* Katrina
* Education
* The Progressive Vision

The organizers hope to reach over 100,000 Americans with it's important message of George Bush's and the entire conservative wing's colossal failure of leadership. Check it out if you can.


Anonymous said...

Does it use biofuel? If not, does Willy Nelson know about this?

CT Bob said...

Yes, it does use bio-diesel; at least, where it's available. Does CT have any bio-fuel stations yet?

Anonymous said...

Santa Fuel runs one in New Haven, on Ella Grasso Blvd.
See this link:
Santa also puts biofuels in their home heating oil, which we use.

CT Bob said...

Oh, yeah. Cool.

I think that fueling station on Ella Grasso Blvd is for fleet services only, not anyone who rolls up in any bio-diesel vehicle. But it's very cool all the same.

I went to see the bus today. Video later. Damn it was hot out there. And they had generator problems.

Bob Symmes said...

The Citgo @ the corner of Kimberly & the Blvd sell biodiesel.

Damn, it's good to have ya back...I was going into withdrawal.

CT Bob said...

Heh...thanks Bob!

Video from today should be uploaded shortly. I was going into video withdrawal during vacation! It felt good to shoot some fun stuff today!