Why Gas Prices are so High

This post was written by marc on June 4, 2007
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

People are asking why gas prices are up $1.00 a gallon over last year. Some say it’s because there aren’t enough refineries. Some say it’s because China and India are using more gas. But the real reason gas is up is because last year was an election year and this year isn’t. The lowest price that gas was last year was coincidentally on election day. Maybe the solution to keeping gas prices low is to have congressional elections every 6 months.

Reader Comments

Only $1 a gallon. If you live in the UK it’s the equivalent of nearlt $10 a gallon.

Most of this (85%) is tax, that funds Blairs illegal war on Iraq and also giving Asylum to the very people that despise our very existance. But evidently not enough not to take our goodwill or charity.

Regards
Pissed off Brit.

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Written By Steve on August 8th, 2007 @ 10:15 am

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