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Love him or hate him....You KNOW he's right.
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
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10/10/2012 02:28 AM
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you remember G. dubs bush? cuz i'm pretty sure gas prices did the same shit under him and yes they reached the same prices.
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10/10/2012 02:35 AM
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Such true points he makes. Such a big hat.
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Um, the 1.82 was because of the economic meltdown...
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maybe he was paying 1.82

but I was paying over $2.50
when Bush left office.
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Listen to what Obama sais. Then 'watch' what he does... It's two completely different things.

Bad call on the pipeline. That would have helped some.another do
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[link to www.GasBuddy.com] Average&city2=&city3=&crude=n&tme=96&units=us this is a link to the average gas prices for the last 8 years. it got out of hand during the bush dick_tater_ship also.
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
 Quoting: Tanarus


That probably wouldn't be as bad as it sounds *IF* and I can't emphasise this enough, *if* you guys where allowed access to more efficient engines.. my Ford gets 65 US MPG in the real world, I drive 90 miles to work.

I was comparing the small Ford Commercials vans (trucks) and the same vehicle (bodyshape wise) gets 22 US MPG in America compared to 37 US MPG here, quite a disparity, plus the same vehicle is $2000 cheaper here.

So I can not help but come to the conclusion that raising your fuel prices to the level of European ones without at least giving you access to more efficient engines has 2 purposes, screw you guys over at home, and screw you guys over at work.

And even *if* they do offer you access to more efficient engines it still screws over every existing vehicle owner in the country both at home and at work..

In the real world the only word I can attach to this madness of Obama does plan to go that route is it'll make America "Unworkable"
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you remember G. dubs bush? cuz i'm pretty sure gas prices did the same shit under him and yes they reached the same prices.
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Here in the Bay Area gas reached $4.59 under Bush at the end of his term, now it is at the same level.
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this should be the #1 issue, its the main reason the economy cant recover,a huge weight on people and business, ive never heard obama even mention a solution.
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maybe he was paying 1.82

but I was paying over $2.50
when Bush left office.
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$2.50 sounds really good right now.
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Um, the 1.82 was because of the economic meltdown...
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Fucking blaming something or someone other than your STUPID MUSLIM LYING BASTARD LEADER.
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In the UK our fuel is hovering around 1.50 (GBP) per litre. 3.785 litres to the US Gallon = 5.68 GBP per Gallon.

5.68 GBP = $9.09 per Gallon.
Propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach...
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Listen to what Obama sais. Then 'watch' what he does... It's two completely different things.

Bad call on the pipeline. That would have helped some.another do
 Quoting: Tanarus


Expedite the Keystone pipeline and bash it through America without environmental review so the Canadians can get their oil to China?

No, Obama made the RIGHT call, as usual.
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
 Quoting: Tanarus


That probably wouldn't be as bad as it sounds *IF* and I can't emphasise this enough, *if* you guys where allowed access to more efficient engines.. my Ford gets 65 US MPG in the real world, I drive 90 miles to work.

I was comparing the small Ford Commercials vans (trucks) and the same vehicle (bodyshape wise) gets 22 US MPG in America compared to 37 US MPG here, quite a disparity, plus the same vehicle is $2000 cheaper here.

So I can not help but come to the conclusion that raising your fuel prices to the level of European ones without at least giving you access to more efficient engines has 2 purposes, screw you guys over at home, and screw you guys over at work.

And even *if* they do offer you access to more efficient engines it still screws over every existing vehicle owner in the country both at home and at work..

In the real world the only word I can attach to this madness of Obama does plan to go that route is it'll make America "Unworkable"
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The repukes scream bloody murder everytime the Democrats propose raising fuel efficiency standards.

1dunno1
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In the UK our fuel is hovering around 1.50 (GBP) per litre. 3.785 litres to the US Gallon = 5.68 GBP per Gallon.

5.68 GBP = $9.09 per Gallon.
 Quoting: GeordieLegend


Yeah and you drive cars that get 60mpg. We get 20-30. The only 60mpg vehicles allowed here are motorcycles.
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Wow you americans still have people that can think for themselves and SPELL correctly? WOW

I bet hes a minority, most of you guys in here cant do this... :-)
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Look at CA. All that enviornmental shit doesnt mean a whole lot in the heat of an election, huh?
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
 Quoting: Tanarus


That probably wouldn't be as bad as it sounds *IF* and I can't emphasise this enough, *if* you guys where allowed access to more efficient engines.. my Ford gets 65 US MPG in the real world, I drive 90 miles to work.

I was comparing the small Ford Commercials vans (trucks) and the same vehicle (bodyshape wise) gets 22 US MPG in America compared to 37 US MPG here, quite a disparity, plus the same vehicle is $2000 cheaper here.

So I can not help but come to the conclusion that raising your fuel prices to the level of European ones without at least giving you access to more efficient engines has 2 purposes, screw you guys over at home, and screw you guys over at work.

And even *if* they do offer you access to more efficient engines it still screws over every existing vehicle owner in the country both at home and at work..

In the real world the only word I can attach to this madness of Obama does plan to go that route is it'll make America "Unworkable"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16026864


The repukes scream bloody murder everytime the Democrats propose raising fuel efficiency standards.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25263811


On this, the sad part is that America is being left behind, not that it is any consolation for us as we pay more for our fuel..

My fear, (Most of my family are Americans) is that you'll end up having to play a game of catch up that'll cost America far more, most nations are doing the same in other arenas..

Screwed and Screwed... which I am sure is a global feeling right now.. for me it a sense of failing infrastructure and the feeling we falling backwards rather than moving forwards.

Something does have to give, and to be honest, given the number of social, political, economic and militaristic fires burning throughout the world I have no idea what the might be, or entail for us all, but while I try to be hopeful my gut says it won't be good.
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more left right bs
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
 Quoting: Tanarus


That probably wouldn't be as bad as it sounds *IF* and I can't emphasise this enough, *if* you guys where allowed access to more efficient engines.. my Ford gets 65 US MPG in the real world, I drive 90 miles to work.

I was comparing the small Ford Commercials vans (trucks) and the same vehicle (bodyshape wise) gets 22 US MPG in America compared to 37 US MPG here, quite a disparity, plus the same vehicle is $2000 cheaper here.

So I can not help but come to the conclusion that raising your fuel prices to the level of European ones without at least giving you access to more efficient engines has 2 purposes, screw you guys over at home, and screw you guys over at work.

And even *if* they do offer you access to more efficient engines it still screws over every existing vehicle owner in the country both at home and at work..

In the real world the only word I can attach to this madness of Obama does plan to go that route is it'll make America "Unworkable"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16026864


The repukes scream bloody murder everytime the Democrats propose raising fuel efficiency standards.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25263811


For various reasons, yes we do raise hell. Real Americans don't like someone telling us what type of car to drive or being taxed more simply because we drive a car that Washington classifies as a "gas guzzler" (hint: we already pay more at the pump for driving the bigger cars). America has billions of barrels of oil that we could use if not for the libtard tree huggers. But one day when the supply trucks stop and people start starving and society crumbles, the tree huggers will be the first ones to get their mouths mashed cause we will be coming after the oil whether they like it or not.
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Alex, I'll take Famous Celebrities for 400.

Alex: What was the gratuity Oprah left the waiter after

her $1,820 lunch with Katy Couric at New York's Marriott

Hotel?

Contestant: Uh..... $1.82?

Alex: Correct, for 400!
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I wonder if the recent hike in gas prices will have an effect on voting in California. Wouldn't it be a shock if California went for Romney?
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If Obama is re elected, We'll be looking at 6-7 Dollars a gallon. He wants to bring it on par with what the Europeans are paying per gallon.
 Quoting: Tanarus


That probably wouldn't be as bad as it sounds *IF* and I can't emphasise this enough, *if* you guys where allowed access to more efficient engines.. my Ford gets 65 US MPG in the real world, I drive 90 miles to work.

I was comparing the small Ford Commercials vans (trucks) and the same vehicle (bodyshape wise) gets 22 US MPG in America compared to 37 US MPG here, quite a disparity, plus the same vehicle is $2000 cheaper here.

So I can not help but come to the conclusion that raising your fuel prices to the level of European ones without at least giving you access to more efficient engines has 2 purposes, screw you guys over at home, and screw you guys over at work.

And even *if* they do offer you access to more efficient engines it still screws over every existing vehicle owner in the country both at home and at work..

In the real world the only word I can attach to this madness of Obama does plan to go that route is it'll make America "Unworkable"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16026864


The repukes scream bloody murder everytime the Democrats propose raising fuel efficiency standards.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25263811


For various reasons, yes we do raise hell. Real Americans don't like someone telling us what type of car to drive or being taxed more simply because we drive a car that Washington classifies as a "gas guzzler" (hint: we already pay more at the pump for driving the bigger cars). America has billions of barrels of oil that we could use if not for the libtard tree huggers. But one day when the supply trucks stop and people start starving and society crumbles, the tree huggers will be the first ones to get their mouths mashed cause we will be coming after the oil whether they like it or not.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


If it ever got to that point, a lot of them will wake up & figure it out. Lack of food put's people on a crash course of economics 101.
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maybe he was paying 1.82

but I was paying over $2.50
when Bush left office.
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In the UK our fuel is hovering around 1.50 (GBP) per litre. 3.785 litres to the US Gallon = 5.68 GBP per Gallon.

5.68 GBP = $9.09 per Gallon.
 Quoting: GeordieLegend


Doesn't that extra money you pay cover your healthcare and other taxes?
If you woke up breathing, you have another chance!
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In the UK our fuel is hovering around 1.50 (GBP) per litre. 3.785 litres to the US Gallon = 5.68 GBP per Gallon.

5.68 GBP = $9.09 per Gallon.
 Quoting: GeordieLegend


Doesn't that extra money you pay cover your healthcare and other taxes?
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Na, he blows it on Solyndra & other wasteful projects.
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it matters not who the president is .. gives you someone to blame it does yoda

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