$4 per gallon and counting
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#1 Apr 23, 2008
I always wondered why that Shell on West Broad can charge so much when the Getty across the street always has cheaper gas. I guess that Shell is the closest gas station to downtown, so if you're heading westbound on West Broad you might not realize there's another one just down the street.
Despite what the article says, it's called Adams Avenue, not Adams Street.
#2 Apr 23, 2008
My dad used to own that Gas Station, they charge so much because that place always was a cash cow super huge volume.
#3 Apr 23, 2008
4.60 for diesel everywhere i go!!!!
#4 Apr 23, 2008
As our so called leaders continue to spend and spend the value of the dollar will continue to decrease.
We were already trillions in debt before Bush wasted some 70 billion on Iraq.
A place we had no business being in the first place.
But wil the democrats spend also ? OH yes, who would stop them.
If politicians really care about gas prices why do they onlly give tax incentives to a limited number of Hybrids
why not incentives on every hybrid or atleast those that are very economic perphaps 30 mpg plus...
#5 Apr 24, 2008
Please people' lets cut the bs, the goverment has no plans to lower the gas, if they did they would lose money.They hasve not stepoed in to help the people at all.so lets stop saying we have to do this & that to conserve.something should have been done a long time ago.Its about time the people realy look at the goverment and see how we the people are not on there minds. All for themselfs.
#6 Apr 25, 2008
And the blame game continues.
Domocrats say Why doesn't the President release some of the oil reserves? exactly what are they for? what consititutes an energy crisis?
Republicans say oh let us drill here in these closed forbidden areas and the prices will go down.
Experts say no, that's not quite true.
Can we solve this with out the snipping sniping spin??
Since: Mar 07
#7 Apr 26, 2008
To be certain, the situation will not get better soon if actions are not taken soon.
If we started setting up rigs to extract the oil that we have on US territory, it will take some time before production begins. In my opinion, that process should start ASAP.
In the meantime, forge ahead with looking at alternative energy sources. But not one without the other. Ethanol is not the answer. In fact, it's a disaster.
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