$4.25 gas - where do we go from here?

$4.25 gas - where do we go from here?

There are 25 comments on the Connecticut Post story from May 31, 2008, titled $4.25 gas - where do we go from here?. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

The United States experienced two oil crises, one in 1973 and another in 1979. In 1973, the Organization of Oil Exporting Countries, known as OPEC, suspended oil shipments to the U.S. because of America's ...

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Triskyg

Hartford, CT

#25 Jun 16, 2008
Tim J wrote:
The question is....$4.25 gas where do we go from here...the easy answer to the question is..we start doing what out ancestors did...we walk
where do we go from here? the poorhouse!!
Metro north

Glen Cove, NY

#27 Jun 16, 2008
folks wrote:
leave the burbs and return to the small cities. I left Easton for Bridgeport, an easy commute on bus, train and bike. I dont have to drive the extra miles just to get milk. I dont waste. More folks that move to Bridgeport, Norwalk, New Haven, Stamford the lower the taxes will go. We were all fooled in the 1950's to 1990's that the burbs was the better place to live and raise a family. Our Great Grandparents were wise to live close to where the work and live. Do you know how nice and easy it is to walk to the local corner market or restaurant?
You got the right idea.
tgtg

Renton, WA

#28 Jul 31, 2008
There is no Professor Olson and there is no Hemline Universary. Look it up at snopes.com
paul

Riverdale, NJ

#29 Jul 31, 2008
Responsible Citizen wrote:
.....I doubt the oil companies will pass that new expense on to the consumer.
The 7% Ct gas tax on bulk deliveries was passed onto consumers. That's why we pay the highest gas prices in New England.

Where we go from here? Without increasing the domestic supply, next year gas will be $6 or $8 a gallon.

Pelosi, DeLauro and gang have to go.
SpeedKills

Wayne, NJ

#30 Jul 31, 2008
Someone PLEASE explain to me why gas in CT is a lot more expensive than in states north of us and south of us like Mass and New Jersey?

And why the hell do gas stations on highways and park ways still get away with jacking up the price of gas? The economy is killing the average joe right now and these gas companies still jack up prices in areas they know people will only stop because they really need the gas.

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