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well put Romney in and we will see 5 plus so his bull club makes more money and he gets more from his endorsers EXXON/MOBIL that he can put in his off shore acounts and not have a problem
the price should be less than 2 seeing it has more water and ethanol in it than actual oil(fuel)
people check this take a 1 gal jug of gas and put it away for 1 yr and try to light it with a match 1 yr later and you will not be able to even get a flame out of. 5 yrs ago you use to be able to take that same gal and it would egnite. so people the cost is just filling the wrong peoles pocket and we are getting stroked for every 10gal of fuel we buy it is only 2.5 gal of oil so inother words the only reason why is to make people like Romney RICH
Let me se...
It must be because of Bush and Cheyney and all those oil men in the White House...
Oh... that's right, Bush has been gone almost 4 years and the price is now almost double that of when he left office...
That explains it...
It's definitely Bush's fault....
Just ask the fraud occupying the White Huse....
There on the rise because we have a failure as a president...
...camels don't use gas, they just produce it...
well o butt-head...what's with the gas prices...LOSER!
If a camel sneezes in the middle east those greedy turds will raise the price of gas on AMERICANS to make themslves more money. And by greedy turds i mean any so called investor in wallstreet that thinks they can squeeze an extra penny from the public.Corruption knows no boundries.Bankers and Wallstreet are both corrupt.
Personally I think any excuse is used to jump gasoline prices. Notice they go up 5 to 10 cents at a time but dribble down a penny at a time.
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