Gasoline prices at some stations in Indianapolis cross $4 mark

There are 11 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 29, 2012, titled Gasoline prices at some stations in Indianapolis cross $4 mark. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Gas prices at a handful of Indianapolis stations edged above $4 Wednesday, the first time that has happened since March.

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Alonzo X

Zionsville, IN

#1 Aug 29, 2012
Another example of a failed Obama.

On January 20th, 2009, Obama was sworn in,
and Gasoline was $1.52 a Gallon.

Today, it's $4.11 a Gallon nationally.

By November of 2012, expect $5.26 a Gallon.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#2 Aug 30, 2012
And you have to put some of the blame on the consumer. I made a comment on the Star that people would still be filling up and complaining. People will be sitting in the drive though instead of parking and going inside. Yep I was right. Was at McDonald's this morning and the drive though was half way around the building. I know that people must be able to get to work and back. But they could cut down on usage of gasoline. Just watch this week-end and see how many people are out there just running around. I am lucky to use to tanks full of gas a month, sometimes less. So keep on buying and the price will continue to go north.

“Alley Cat Blues”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#3 Aug 30, 2012
Alonzo X wrote:
Another example of a failed Obama.
On January 20th, 2009, Obama was sworn in,
and Gasoline was $1.52 a Gallon.
Today, it's $4.11 a Gallon nationally.
By November of 2012, expect $5.26 a Gallon.
It was $4.25/gallon in August 2008, when George Bush was president.
The down side

Noblesville, IN

#4 Aug 30, 2012
There is a down side to the high gas prices too, there will be MORE stealing of gas,
because people will not be able to buy it like they did. And this is definitely a down side
of the higher gas prices. More theft.
I agree

Noblesville, IN

#5 Aug 30, 2012
DavidM wrote:
And you have to put some of the blame on the consumer. I made a comment on the Star that people would still be filling up and complaining. People will be sitting in the drive though instead of parking and going inside. Yep I was right. Was at McDonald's this morning and the drive though was half way around the building. I know that people must be able to get to work and back. But they could cut down on usage of gasoline. Just watch this week-end and see how many people are out there just running around. I am lucky to use to tanks full of gas a month, sometimes less. So keep on buying and the price will continue to go north.
I have to say that I agree with you, it is our fault too. And all we ever do is just complain and that's it....
Alonzo X

Zionsville, IN

#6 Aug 30, 2012
JUPITER is a LIAR!! Another Obama stooge.
David L

Zionsville, IN

#7 Aug 30, 2012
Alonzo X is Truthfull.

Jupier is a LIAR
Just saying

Noblesville, IN

#8 Aug 30, 2012
I believe that if people would STAND UP & STAND AGAINST the gas prices & other
Issues that are very IMPORTANT to us, we would see some changes in this country,
but people just don't have the guts or they are just too much of a coward. And that's why this country is in the terrible, & awful shape it is in. And it will probably always be
the mess it is. NO MATTER. Who is president..... We need to take our country back,
people & quit letting them run over us.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#9 Aug 31, 2012
I try to fill up at Kogers with their discount. We get 30 sometimes 40 cents off a gallon. If I can not make it till then I do not put more the $20 in the tank at a time. Unless I go out of town, we use just over a tank of gas a month. Guess what would happen if every one did this.
I agree wrote:
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I have to say that I agree with you, it is our fault too. And all we ever do is just complain and that's it....

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#10 Aug 31, 2012
It is not that the public does not have the guts or that they are a coward. They will not effort. It would be to hard for them to cut down on their running around. If people would only stay home you would see three things happen. Gas prices decline. More babies born in the next nine months or more divorces.
Just saying wrote:
I believe that if people would STAND UP & STAND AGAINST the gas prices & other
Issues that are very IMPORTANT to us, we would see some changes in this country,
but people just don't have the guts or they are just too much of a coward. And that's why this country is in the terrible, & awful shape it is in. And it will probably always be
the mess it is. NO MATTER. Who is president..... We need to take our country back,
people & quit letting them run over us.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#11 Aug 31, 2012
I was right. Just got back from McDonald's. The drive though was all the way around the building. But I bet they were complaining about how high gas prices were.

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