You really don't think the price of fuel dictates the increase in every product everyone buys???<quoted text>Is that good, bad or indifferent for the US economy?
Would that extra 55% tax make Americans think before driving unnecessary miles?
As far as I'm concerned, the price of fuel is of no consequence, when the tank's running low, it gets filled.
BTW, Bozo, just in case you hadn't noticed, I don't live in Britain.
High energy prices hurt the poorest of the poor the most.....
People so poor they don't even have a car......