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Posted on 06/22/2012 4:04:15 AM PDT by scooby321
Good Morning America opens with Oil Prices. Gas prices below 3.00 a Gallon.
No Bad news on the reason why the economy is crashing
3.00 only in South Carolina and Virginia ( skipped New York and California.
That’s great. Now it won’t be as expensive to drive to the unemployment office...
How did Obama do this just in time for the election?
Central Barack Station and National Barack Channel try to do this, too.
Between Charlie Rose, George StepInSilliness and Matt Lauer, I dont know how anyone can stomach these morning news shows.
They are nothing more than liberal propaganda machines.”
Roger That! If it was up to just me the TV in this household would have been disconnected from the rest of the world long ago, nothing on it but garbage and propaganda.
Paid $2.98 for regular the other day on the way to myrtle beach SC...saw $2.97 a half mile down the road.
Thank you Barack.
Did the @$$H@T$ mention Fast and Furious, I am betting: No!
By election time, gas is going to be 1.50 a gallon and the price of crude near 25 dollars a barrel.
Before you laugh, what hapens to American oil producers when the price of crude gets too low? They stop producing. So all those new players in the shale oil business in North Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Texas will shut down producion because it won’t be worth it.
Obama is trying to bust them out and at the same time be thr President who lowered oil prices more than Bush did as well as reduced gasoline prices.
That my friends, is the October Suprise.
3.69-3.89 in Oregon
By opening up our strategic oil reserves. A pandering political ploy if i've ever seen one.
He's been "on the job" since day one.
Paid $3.69 yesterday for regular and considering my van (which I use for work, holds 36 gallons) well, you do the math while I try and figure out how not raise my rates and still make a living.
The world is falling into a massive recession or collapse. The gas prices are sinking because China’s growth is slowing considerably and Europe and the US are sinking fast. Demeaned is way down. The high gas prices early this year really helped to slow our recovery. A similar thing happened in 2008 just before the financial meltdown.
Not seeing those prices in PA yet. Still well above $3.00 here.
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