And this price decrease has occurred with that BP Alaskan pipeline not operating yet, still tensions in the middle east and it being hurricane season still. All the same reasons they gave us that it went to around $3.00/gal. Wow! We have witnessed a true miracle.Oh, I forgot, there's an election in 5 weeks.
Hugo Chavez runs Citgo and to think that he is in on the conspiracy to lower oil prices so that Republicans can get reelected is exposing how stupid liberals are. Didn't he just call Bush the devil? Oh and one other thing, the moon landing was a conspiracy also.
Personally, I think its "all a Communist plot"!
Right, communists want us to have cheaper gas. How do you even get past the word verification to blog?
Right on the money, m&m. How convenient for the GOP(Grand Oil Party)that gasoline prices are falling and there is an election right around the corner. Folks, don't be fooled.
Why won't Bush really lock up the elections for the Republicans and lower our electric bills also? If you think he controls the crude oil market prices, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I would like to sell you.
We have an amazing hunger for what oil does for us in America. To heck with responsibility, the enviornment, etc. Why blame Republicans and Democrats?Likely our next target will be Chavez. We are all caught up in this mess.We are blessed in America.And greedy.And I speak for myself. I want it all.
And look at the disparity between the contributions to Republicans and Democrats:Contributions Election Cycle 2000 2002 2004 2000-2004Total $209,808 $303,570 $106,855 $620,233Repub $196,308 $278,070 $99,855 $574,233Dem $13,500 $25,500 $0 $46,000And guess who contribution record this is? Devon! Yes, the one oil and gas company with Wise County in its pocket. Just carry on a large public pacification campaign (constant "goodwill" newspaper ads, and they were the largest contributor to the sesquicentennial in the WCM last week) and then let apathy reign.http://www.ewg.org/oil_and_gas/leaseholder.php?cust_id=-2113119Remember kids, ExxonMobil is bad, but Devon is A-OK!
Anon 12:34, Try to keep up with the blog. We are talking about gasoline and not natural gas.
2:31PM, heed your own advice. Devon produced 3.7 million barrels of oil in 2003 and a total of 68.7 millon barrels from 1989 to 2003. Perhaps you also missed their announcement of the co-discovery of a large oil and gas deposit in the Gulf of Mexico.I know reading comprehension is difficult for you.
Let's see. They produced 3.7 million barrels in 2003 and an average of 22.3 the previous 4 years? You might want to do some fact checking.
anon at 6:38pm you might want to consult your early school math books.......1989-2003 is 14 yrs, not 4. Just to let you know.
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