Monday, August 20, 2007

What’s the price?

I will not be continuing my Creationism posts today. I do plan to return to them soon.

Then, I plan to answer the response about Iraq. I am sorry for the change in plans. Plans, in reality, often are altered for one reason or another. “The best laid plans … often go astray.” Thank you for your understanding and patience.

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish, barbaric decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

Stop the
Murder of

“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

Do you remember all the letters to the editors complaining about the high price of gasoline when it went over $3.00 a gallon? Do you remember the complaining in general about the high price of gasoline? Do you remember the libertine Democrats declaring that they would investigate and hold the oil companies responsible for the perceived “price gouging” that was ripping off the consumers?

The following short article was in the Peoria Journal Star on August 19, 2007, page E1, at the bottom of the page. Since you may have missed it, I’m printing it in its entirety.

“A cup of coffee

The price of a ‘grande’ Coffee Frappucino at Starbucks, including taxes, as provided by retailers and converted to the nearest U.S. dollar (according to Starbucks and the Wall Street Journal):

■ Tokyo: $3.72

■ Hong Kong: $3.96

■ New York: $4.25

■ London: $5.23

■ Frankfurt: $5.99

■ Vienna: $5.99

■ Paris: $6.12

■ Peoria: $3.74”

How many cups of coffee does it take to equal a gallon? How many people have at least one cup of coffee every business day? How much do you think they spend on coffee in a week? Do you think the libertine Democrats will investigate this “price gouging” by Starbucks? (I personally don’t drink coffee so it doesn’t have a direct impact on me.) Do you expect letters to the editor complaining about this outrage? Just asking?


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