You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Food prices’ tag.

It’s good to see that an eternity in office hasn’t dulled George W. Bush’s sharp, pointy finger. He can still redirect blame with the best of them.

I’ll just take issue with one clearly absurd statement: that somehow farm subsidies are to blame for rising food prices. Farm subsidies have been around for decades and food prices haven’t been rising (at least as sharply) for that long. So clearly the blame lies elsewhere. For a clue, Bush should read the conservative press on this one. Yes, ethanol is the culprit, and plenty of people saw it coming.

My memory may be faulty, but I remember a certain state of the union address where a certain George Bush called on Congress to expand the mandate for producing ethanol. Congress agreed.

Too bad Bush’s memory isn’t as sharp as his rhetoric.

Hurry in before rising food prices make Mary Jane a liar…

This particular restaurant is in West York, right before the left turn that takes you to Spring Grove. I have no doubt the claim is true (diner prices in southcentral PA can be astoundingly low, at least for anyone from the I-95 corridor between Boston and DC.)