Political Economy: BofA next WikiLeaks target?

Michael Fletcher writes about the national economy for the Post, where he has been a reporter since 1995. Full Story

Since: Oct 08

Chicago, IL

#1 Jan 3, 2011
WikiLeaks would be doing everyone a favor, by taking on the Oil and Petroleum industries, showing how prices for crude oil are overinflated, price fixed, and artificially driven up by purposeful production cuts of refined gasoline, and products.

Also how oil speculators and commodities brokers are atrificially driving costs upward.

Think about it - BP gets handed a LOW 40 Billion dollar price tag for the Gulf oil rig explosion, and voila! prices jump up over 40 cents in two weeks. It isn't rocket science, we just need to prove there are no market, world economy, or natural issues driving costs upward, just the greed of the oil companies.

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