Study: Gas prices will be 40% higher than last summer


The federal government is cautioning motorists to prepare for sticker shock at the pump.

Retail prices for a gallon of regular-grade gasoline will average $3.86 from April through September, up from $2.76 for the comparable period last year, said the Energy Information Administration, the statistics arm of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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This is only a problem when republicans are in the white house according to the media. So no problem here. Same with homeless problems. Remember that the Republican Party wants to turn America into a third world country according to our leader. Care to guess how many stories that line will generate in the democratic controlled media?

The only place Obama and Democrats want to drill is your wallet. I think we should file lawsuits as the environmental groups do to stop drilling. Right now that works out to about 4-5 years delay on average. Lets make the greenback and endangered species and prevent drilling by the government in any area where it is located such as our wallet or bank account.