8.13.2005

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was in Chicago last weekend and gas was twenty-five cents higher there than here and I was in Springfield Missouri the week before that and it was twenty cents cheaper than here.
Gas jumps fifteen cents in one day because the price of oil goes up even though the gas we are buying is sitting in a tank below us. It was refined who knows when, shipped who knows when, and has already has been purchased by the gas station from the oil company (they do an electronic transfer of funds the day they deliver it). But all of a sudden the price jumps fifteen cents???

Tell me we aren't being screwed!

Anonymous said...

The Dickster is in charge of the energy policy; he won't tell anyone, including congress who wrote the energy policy, and we wonder why gas is nearly 3 bucks a gallon? And don't give me the old song and dance about supply and demand. The energy companies are making record profits quarter after quarter. The only supply question is our hard earned bucks and their demand for more of them.

Anonymous said...

Well to all of the great people who voted for the Bush Administration, for the 2nd term- this is present to all of you morons..

Anonymous said...

anonymous #3 Amen....

Anonymous said...

Speaking for Bush morons everywhere,(that would be 52% of those who chose to vote)Can we can count on gas going down when Hillary is elected? No chance.

You want cheaper gas? You want to talk more morons? Call off the environmentalists wackos and the supply will increase and the price will fail.

atvtrlrdr said...

Supply and demand my but. Increases because of supply and demand would be because there were lines at the pump. That happend in the 70's. I don't know what is causing the price increase but suggest that Pres. Bush (whom I voted for) needs to freeze prise at $2.00 a gallon. Did you ever think you would be happy about gas at $2.00/gal?

atvtrlrdr said...

Sorry about the misspelled words. I was a little worked up.

Anonymous said...

Bush moron again

I am sure there are case of gouging all over but in a free market (at least its still free at the moment)supply and demand rules. The market will have spikes and valleys based on expectations (i.e. hurricane in the Gulf).

You don't have to have gas lines to have supply shortages. Do a little research on world demand and you will see China enters into the picture in a major way.

As usual you Demos want there to be a demon behind every bush(no pun intended).

wizard2 said...

http://www.breitbart.com/news/2005/08/19/MTFH98823_2005-08-19_21-30-55_EIC964467.html