Bush Promotes Hydrogen As Alternative Fuel Source

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Bush Promotes Hydrogen As Alternative Fuel Source

President Bush gave an Earth Day address in California reaffirming his commitment to hydrogen as the alternative fuel of the future. What do you think?
  • "I don't know much about hydrogen, but if you can soak a rag in it or just sniff it straight from the can, I'm all for it."

    Dan Kinicki
  • "If Bush is trying to save the environment, we must be in worse shape than I thought."

    Jackie Kennedy
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  • "He knows we're talking about cars and not bombs, right?"

    Scott Haalstrom