Average gas prices drops to less than $3 a gallon
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#1 Nov 11, 2009
Don't go getting all excited!
What is missing from this story is the price of oil, per barrel, is once again on its way up and will soon assist in raising the price per gallon to an outrageous amount!
Ever consider drilling in America?
How's that hope and change workin' out for ya all!
Yes, we can... delay the eventual blow-up by handing out hugh amounts of cash, like extending unemployment, but eventually them chickens are coming home to roost!
In positive news, on this Veteran's Day... The President continues to "dither" and is still providing lip service to increasing troop strength, as requested by America's better General Officers!
IN other news... the President is still doing his best to avoid reality and call the alleged Fort Hood murderer/Muslim, a terrorists!
#2 Nov 11, 2009
When oil was $150 a barrel, gas was $4.50 a gal.
So when its $75 a barrel, why isnt gas $2.25 a gal.?
#3 Nov 11, 2009
Their proffets are only a few billion every few months we wouldn't want them to starve.
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