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Barbara
09-24-2005, 12:07 PM
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
Conversations at the Gas Pump

The average price of a gallon of regular gas here in Oklahoma is $2.20, which is an all-time high. Lucky for us, the further north we drive, the higher gas prices become. Yesterday unleaded gas in Bartlesville, OK, hit the $2.49 mark, but the high prices don't seem to be deterring people from driving. U.S. gas consumption -- which accounts for more than one-tenth of total world oil demand -- is projected to rise one percent this year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Yesterday we stopped at a gas station in Bartlesville to ask people why they think gas prices are so high. Bush got 70 percent of the vote here.


O.C. Ford, 79, Retired

Why do you think gas prices are so high?

Cause the oil companies are gaugin' us. They're going to continue gaugin' until the people quit drivin', but we're not goin' to quit drivin' cause we'll have to walk and I don't like to walk. If you had a ranch in Texas with oil, would you care how much money they were chargin'?

Are you from around here?

No, I'm from Kansas.

How much is gas in Kansas?

It's about 13 cents higher. At least.


Wayne Yeazal, 45 and His Mother Twila Yeazal, 67

Why do you think gas prices are so high?

Wayne Yeazal: The economy and the government. The owners of the oil companies are greedy.

Do you think high prices cause people to drive less or does it just get them angry?

Wayne Yeazal: It gets them angry.

Twila Yeazal: I don't go any further than I have to. We live out in the country and we drive 30 miles from here to there. You either gotta let your medicine go, your gas go or your utilities or your food. I've been letting food go and going to churches to get food. That's the only way we can make it.

Are you seeing more people at church asking for food?

Twila Yeazal: Yes. There's a whole bunch of 'em that give out food cause our income can't make it. There are four adults living in our house. Me and my husband, my son and my sister. We're all disabled. They're just starting to draw social security and it's been hard.

What do you think about Bush's social security plan?

Twila Yeazal: I think he's nuts. He better leave us alone. He gives everybody tax breaks, but he doesn't help the poor people. Poor people ain't got nothin'. We had to build us a new home because we lived in two trailer houses put together. We tried to fix them, but they were too old. Our new house is electric. Before that we used propane, electric and water. Now we're just using electric, so I don't know what our bill is going to be like. Our propane bill was so darn high, we couldn't afford it.

Are people able to find jobs in this area?

Twila Yeazal: Not a whole lot.

Wayne Yeazal: There are jobs for teenagers at fast food places, but no one can live off of $6 an hour.

Twila Yeazal: My other son is a truck driver and he can't make it on his salary.

Wayne Yeazal: I was a truck driver until I got hurt. I had a bunch of surgeries and had a $300,000 bill. There's no way I can pay for that. I'm on Medicaid and only make $400 a month from social security.

Do you vote?

Twila Yeazal: No. I don't like the government.

Wayne Yeazal: I don't vote. I don't pay attention.


Melvin Martin, 59, Part-Time Building Inspector

Why do you think gas prices are so high?

Pure greed and because they can get away with it. They're trying to see how much people will pay for gas. People will pay just about anything for gas except now that it's so high, people are starting to cancel their vacations. Mainly it's political. You got oil men in the White House after all. You know, Bush and Cheney are a bunch of oil men and they'll sock it to you every time. They don't care. They don't care about the people. Never did. It's so high now that if it drops back down to $2.10 or $2.20 everybody's gonna be dancing around saying, 'Oh boy, it's only $2.10 a gallon.' That's totally ridiculous. It's all about rich men and poor men. Poor men like me are pumpin' gas and rich men are on vacation telling lies.

You're not a fan of Bush?

No. I was lied to in Nam and he's lying to the people about the Iraqi thing and the oil thing. The Gulf of Tonken was a lie. Weapons of mass destruction was a pure lie. Young men and women are dyin' for nothin'. Afghanistan was a righteous cause. We should have sent all these men and women over there and gotten bin Laden, cut his head off and come home. Did they? No. We're over there losing people for nothin'. Eventually we'll pull out of that country and it'll be total anarchy anyway.

Bush is popular in this state.

Yeah, unfortunately. Big oil is around here, so sure, he's popular. He'll lie and people will believe him.

Kerry didn't win one county in this state.

Yeah, he's too intelligent for them I guess.

What's the economy like in this area?

The economy is real poor. On TV, they say, 'Look at all these jobs.' They are minimum wage jobs. People are losing jobs. I got laid off in '99. I've been trying to make it ever since. I have three college degrees, but I don't know enough people.

What'd you do?

I was a building inspector for an insurance company. I made a nice living for a quarter of a century. When you get laid off, it's a big shocker. All of a sudden, you got no money coming in. If you're in your 50s and 60s, they're not gonna hire you to do anything. They won't even hire you to sweep the floor. People laid off my age have to get two or three different part-time jobs.

What are you doing now?

I do part-time building inspections and my wife went back to work as a teacher. Without that, we would have lost the house.

Do you have health insurance?

I get it through the VA and a clinic in Tulsa. If it wasn't for that, we'd get sick and just stay home and hurt. Or die.

What advice would you give the candidates who run in the next election?

Tell it like it is. Keep it honest. Focus on what people are interested in which is high gas prices, people dying overseas and social security which they're trying to take away. Important things. Not the garbage the Republicans throw at us.

Where do you get your news?

I watch a little CNN. I read the local paper, which is totally Republican and biased. I read the Tulsa paper, which is a little better. I listen to the radio.



Mary Fowler, 54, Housekeeper

Why do you think gas prices are so high?

From what I've read, they say it's because of the Iraq war. I've also read about alternatives to gas and even automobiles that use alternatives, but for some reason, the big oil companies bought up the patents for that, so it's not just the Iraq war and it's not President Bush's fault. He gets blamed for everything, but it's not his fault. It's just greed from other people. I feel like the president is doing everything he can to help.

Like what?

For one thing, he is protecting our country by being in Iraq. We can't pull out too soon because they'll think we're chicken and they'll try to attack us again. We can't pull out until they're able to fend for themselves. Those who are strong are supposed to help those who are weak. We are strong and we're that way for a reason. We've always been peacemakers. As long as we keep the peace, we'll be blessed.

So you believe we're acting as peacemakers in Iraq?

Yes and we're protecting the innocent. Muslims want to rule the world. They want to take over the whole world. That's their evil purpose.

Do you know any Muslims?

I've ministered to them. A few lived in my apartment building and they invited us over for dinner. I went with a Christian guy. They were nice. The food was nice. At the end, we said, 'Can we pray for you?' And they said yes, if we can pray for you. We prayed for the peace of god. Most of them are very harsh. There's no tenderness or love.

Do a lot of Muslims live in this area? Have you met any others besides the ones who invited you over for dinner?

Most of them live in Tulsa.

Why do you think we're in Iraq? People say we're freeing the Iraqis one minute and then change their opinion and say they're horrible people.

Soldiers over there say we don't get half the news. There's so much good going on. The majority of the people appreciate the help. The majority, not the weirdos who are deceived.

Where do you get your information about the war?

The Bible and the 700 Club. I also listen to preachers who know what's going on. Pat Robertson.

What do you like about Bush?

He's a praying man of god. He's a family man and he does care. He gets blamed for everything. If this country would turn back to god, things would get better. You can't go on killing babies and allowing homosexual stuff to stay. We do love the people, but we don't love their actions.

Do you think talking about homosexuality does anything to improve healthcare or poverty?

I guess for me I've always had to trust the lord for the next job, which is usually housecleaning. If you have your eyes on him, he'll take care of you. The government can't help us.

Do you always vote?

Yes, I volunteered for the Republican Party and I enjoyed it very much.

Have you always been Republican?

When I first registered, I was a Democrat. Just from studying in school, I thought that's what I wanted to be because I believed in government for the people, by the people and of the people. But after I was saved, I realized the Republican beliefs are me so I switched and I'm glad I did.


What does it mean to be a Republican?

Republicans pick the people who believe like we do.

You mean believe in the Bible?

Yes and godly principles. If we kick god out, we'll be like other countries that have AIDS, sickness and poverty. God created the earth, he created the rules and he knows what's best for everybody.

Unfortunately, we have AIDS, sickness and poverty in this country.

Yes, because we allow homosexuality.

You blame homosexuality for AIDS, sickness and poverty?

Well, sometimes people are innocent. This nation is in trouble. The ACLU are run by communists and funded by communists. What does that tell you? They want to take god away from us.

The ACLU once helped Pat Robertson's son set up churches. They also helped Jerry Falwell fight church restrictions three years ago. If they wanted to take god way from you, why would they help Pat Robertson's son and Jerry Falwell?

I haven't heard about that. I'm sure there are a few good people in the ACLU.

I've interviewed a lot of people on this trip and while they want freedom of religion, none have said they want to take god away.

When they first started the country, those that didn't believe in Jesus were put in jail. Once a country is dedicated to god and founded on its principles, it has to stay that way.

What issues are most important to you?

Getting the right Supreme Court Justice in you. I want god back in the schools. They kick god out of schools and they wonder why we have drugs and sex in the schools.

(At this point in our conversation, a gas attendant approached me and said I couldn't interview people without permission from the corporate office. I took a photo of Mary and her Bible sticker and went on my way.)

nomad
09-24-2005, 08:28 PM
Barbara you won't believe it but I will tell

you anyways ... we DON'T need gaz PERIOD ...

and the uppermost echelons KNOW it.

Take a look at this clip and tell me what

you think.

http://befreetech.com/media/stan_meyers_bb.wmv

Barbara
09-24-2005, 10:13 PM
Nomad, thanks for the website, I have already sent it a dozen folks who are interested in alternative fuel. Maybe they already know about it but, if not, they do now - thanks to you.

Tell me, is this guy still alive? So many in the past have come up with any number of workable alternatives to fossil fuel only to be bought off or killed off.

Surely though, a water-fueled engine has to be the best yet. What is your take on "peak oil?" The reason I ask, the Seven Sisters are not going to let any one or any thing get in their way of holding us hostage to the gas pump as long as they own a barrel of crude.

I saw no date on the video, how long ago was this and where is Groveport? Wouldn't you know, the damned military would jump on it like a duck on a junebug!

:-?

nomad
09-24-2005, 10:16 PM
Barbara wrote:
Nomad, thanks for the website, I have already sent it a dozen folks who are interested in alternative fuel. Maybe they already know about it but, if not, they do now - thanks to you.

Tell me, is this guy still alive? So many in the past have come up with any number of workable alternatives to fossil fuel only to be bought off or killed off.

Surely though, a water-fueled engine has to be the best yet. What is your take on "peak oil?" The reason I ask, the Seven Sisters are not going to let any one or any thing get in their way of holding us hostage to the gas pump as long as they own a barrel of crude.

I saw no date on the video, how long ago was this and where is Groveport? Wouldn't you know, the damned military would jump on it like a duck on a junebug!

:-?

Stanley Myers was killed about 2 years after this video was shot ... he has patents to his name on
this and other things as well ... I saw Stanley
in a longer video where he talked about how the NSA blocked his usage of his patent due to
"national security". Stanley Myers HIMSELF
was NOT PERMITTED TO USE HIS OWN INVENTION FOR
ANY PURPOSE. If you research into this field you
will discover how the patent offices are really
structured like "confession boxes" where you
reveal your secrets AND pay for the privilege of
doing so. The best secrets are kept by the NWO
to control you ever more.

the Oil peak is irrelevant because you don't need oil for fuel.

freeman
09-24-2005, 10:46 PM
Nor do we even need nearly as much fuel as we are currently consuming. Research into gas-saving inventions like the Pogue carburetor indicates how insidious the Illuminati corporatocracy can be when they are trying to keep energy-saving technology off the market.
Charles Nelson Pogue patented a vapor carburetor system that got documented gas mileages well into the three digit range. After facing the usual hurdles from manufacturers and investors who refused to back him, the oil companies finally devised a masterful plan to sabotage his invention: addditives in gasoline. That's right, all those additives they tell you are helping to keep your engine clean and improve your fuel economy are also defeating any vapor catalyst technology that would eliminate economy and emissions concerns all together.

The History of Super Carburetors (http://www.himacresearch.com/books/secret2.html)

nomad
09-24-2005, 11:54 PM
There are HUNDREDS of energy saving devices being

kept secret in the name of "National Security"

yes H-U-N-D-R-E-D-S

Barbara
09-25-2005, 12:12 AM
Oh, guys, it's enough to make a preacher cuss. There is just no end to it.

Damned if you do, damned if you don't where the patent office is concerned. Guess you could go to Pango Pango, produce the engine with an automatic explosive device if anyone but you tinkered with it to avoid reverse engineering, sell the first ones (10 or more) for $100,000.00 in gold each, then take the money and run. If you live frugally, that would last a while.

Of course, that only works BEFORE you go to the Patent Office. Too late for poor Stanley Myers in every way but maybe future inventors will be forewarned. He joins the ranks of many who have paid dearly for their genius.

Did you hear the part about his education? Sure explodes the myth that you need a college education in todays hitech world, doesn't it?

You folks have a wealth of information and this old anarchist enjoys reading many of your posts, links and all.

psholtz
09-25-2005, 12:46 AM
Barbara wrote:
Did you hear the part about his education? Sure explodes the myth that you need a college education in todays hitech world, doesn't it?
I'm of the opinion that a college education can actually be a bit of a detriment in this world.. I mean, granted, on the one hand, it opens doors in the *real world*, but seriously I've spent years (and still am working on it) trying to "deprogram" my mind from all the lies they force you to memorize while you're in "college"..

It's a JOKE in sooo many ways..

freeman
09-25-2005, 06:52 AM
I'm of the opinion that a college education can actually be a bit of a detriment in this world.. I mean, granted, on the one hand, it opens doors in the *real world*, but seriously I've spent years (and still am working on it) trying to "deprogram" my mind from all the lies they force you to memorize while you're in "college"..

It's a JOKE in sooo many ways..

Amen, bro'.
To borrow one of Icke's better quotes, "It isn't education. It's indoctrination."

nomad
09-25-2005, 07:46 AM
For those that "think" they belive in God ... ask

yourself this simple question ... Was it in God's

plan to pollute the Earth with petroleum just

so his creation can gain mobility ?

In other words, would expect anything less than

from a "loving" "compasionate" "good" God than

fuel to be as free as the air you use every

second ?

nomad
09-25-2005, 08:13 AM
Barbara wrote:
Oh, guys, it's enough to make a preacher cuss. There is just no end to it.

Damned if you do, damned if you don't where the patent office is concerned. Guess you could go to Pango Pango, produce the engine with an automatic explosive device if anyone but you tinkered with it to avoid reverse engineering, sell the first ones (10 or more) for $100,000.00 in gold each, then take the money and run. If you live frugally, that would last a while.

Of course, that only works BEFORE you go to the Patent Office. Too late for poor Stanley Myers in every way but maybe future inventors will be forewarned. He joins the ranks of many who have paid dearly for their genius.

Did you hear the part about his education? Sure explodes the myth that you need a college education in todays hitech world, doesn't it?

You folks have a wealth of information and this old anarchist enjoys reading many of your posts, links and all.


Many of these devices were made possible because

of a LACK of formal "education" ... the inventors

simply followed intuition without knowing what

is supposedly not possible.

freeman
09-25-2005, 09:20 AM
Was it in God's

plan to pollute the Earth with petroleum just

so his creation can gain mobility ?

Hell, no. That was monopoly capitalists' plan.
God never intended us to take more than we need.

nomad
09-25-2005, 09:25 AM
freeman wrote:
Was it in God's

plan to pollute the Earth with petroleum just

so his creation can gain mobility ?

Hell, no. That was monopoly capitalists' plan.
God never intended us to take more than we need.

God never even intended for us to use petroleum

for mobility period. Only atheists believe in

this power source.

09-25-2005, 12:06 PM
"Sucking us dry at the gas pumps."

When did it start?

and

Why?

redrat11
04-24-2006, 08:54 AM
Take Away all The DAMM Federal and State Taxes, Gas would be 50 to 75 cents CHEAPER!!!!!

Still compared to other CONSUMER PRODUCTS Gas is relatively CHEAP, However it should really be about 2dollars a gallon, DAMM TAXES on top of TAXES! http://auto.howstuffworks.com/gasoline1.htm

where I live its $2.98 gallon.... ;-) :roll:

$3.50 to $4.00 A Gallon is the Breaking Point for most AMERICANS!
http://science.howstuffworks.com/oil-refining.htm

lets hope... :hammer:

redrat11
04-30-2006, 03:10 PM
Nothing is FREE in this WORLD!

http://www.clubconspiracy.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=1320&forum=3

The World is Full of Massive Deposits of OIL! I'ts only the INSANE LIBERALS who squash all attempts to access this energy here in N.America, Canada has some 500 billion barrels of OIL Waiting to be EXTRACTED! :hammer: ;-)

redrat11
05-24-2006, 08:03 PM
So you say ther'es no OIL HUH!


http://www.stansberryonline.com/OIL/20060405-OIL-COL.asp?pcode=EOILG422&alias=200604OIL :pint: :pint: :pint: :hammer:

thokhanCep
06-20-2006, 08:30 PM
The World is Full of Massive Deposits of OIL! I'ts only the -INSANE LIBERALS- who squash all attempts to access this energy here in N.America, Canada has some 500 billion barrels of OIL Waiting to be EXTRACTED!

Hey redrat

you ever heard of Hegelian dialect?
Liberals and conservatives rockin the same boat till it capsizes?

and how about god gave you free will to do what you want , follow the devil kill your neighbour or defeat the illuminati any way possible

truebeliever
06-21-2006, 12:41 AM
Australians are paying $1.35 per liter.

Work it out per gallon...$5.50.

Australia has some of the most gigantic oil and gas reserves on the planet. Africa and South America not far behind.

The peak oil scam is right up their with thousand acre opium poppy fields in plain view and inbred European/U.K banking house royalty printing paper out of thin air.

I'm just trying to figure out how I can get onto this scam...

redrat11
06-26-2006, 02:00 AM
thokhanCep wrote:
The World is Full of Massive Deposits of OIL! I'ts only the -INSANE LIBERALS- who squash all attempts to access this energy here in N.America, Canada has some 500 billion barrels of OIL Waiting to be EXTRACTED!

Hey redrat

you ever heard of Hegelian dialect?
Liberals and conservatives rockin the same boat till it capsizes?

and how about god gave you free will to do what you want , follow the devil kill your neighbour or defeat the illuminati any way possible


I'm well aware of the "dialect", and it's complete rubbish,! let me explain something, maybe you don't understand history and politics, if you did you'd realize that LIBERALISM (the mental disorder) has demoralized and nearly brought western nations to its knees. In every area of life LIBERALISM has destroyed individual responsibility and self preservation, that's a fact! When you look at the past 100 years of western history, you see that LIBERALISM has replaced sovereignty with communism, here in the U.S.A. it has thoroughly corrupted everybody, Now as far as CONSERVATISM is concerned, It NEVER has been given a chance because of the ZIONIST JEWS who have controlled western nations for the past few hundred years, CONSERVATISM is dispised by the ruling elite because it promotes individual responsibility and self determination, the very things they seek to destroy! Do you not understand this? I suspect that like most people you don't have a clue what CONSERVATISM is, you probably think George Bush is a conservative, and that the NEO-CONS in power are CONSERVATIVES, that's a F****N joke! they're COMMUNIST/SOCIALIST/FASCIST LIBERALS! PERIOD end of story. :-)

redrat11
03-13-2008, 09:29 PM
NOT GOOD!!!


OIL expected to top $150 per barrel they say.....:(by summer.



Can you say $4 a gallon? I'm right again...

Shadow
03-13-2008, 11:34 PM
Can you say $8/gallon? How about $10?

canadianclassic9`
03-29-2008, 01:07 PM
oh i love canada

gas is going to be 1.20 for sure in the summer from what i hear around here.
thank god i live in alberta where it practically spews out of the ground,

but seriously 1.20, i watched the energy non crisis. total bs.

Shadow
03-29-2008, 01:50 PM
Sorry Canadiantwad9, but thats about $1.20/liter which translates to about $5/gallon.

redrat11
04-07-2008, 08:33 AM
8 Bucks a Gallon???


Are you prepared to pay $8 a gallon at the pump?
Rasoul Sorkhabi
Article Last Updated: 04/05/2008 11:36:29 AM MDT


I intended to title this: Are you prepared for oil at $200 a barrel? But most people would more easily relate their daily life to gas pump prices than to oil barrels. So: Are you prepared for gas at $8 a gallon? If not, read on.
Economic predictions can be dismal. So when we hear that in the next couple of years the gas prices may reach $8 a gallon, we say, "No, way!" We hope that this will not happen, because it will inflate the price of almost everything in the world and may take the world into an economic depression which directly affects our lives.
But before we adopt this state of denial, let's look back to 2004. The price of oil was then $28 a barrel. I remember then reading a newly-published book, The Oil Factor, by two stock market experts who predicted that before the end of the decade oil prices would top $100 a barrel. I could not believe it. But in 2008, this has already happened.
Stephen Leeb, the co-author of the book, has published another one with a scary title: The Coming Economic Collapse: How You Can Thrive When Oil Costs $200 a Barrel. Predictions need not be destiny. To do something about the rising oil and gasoline prices, we need to understand its causes.
I can think of three factors.
First, the enormous international demand for oil, not only in the United States, Europe and Japan, but also increasingly
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in China, India and other parts of the world. Tight supplies barely satisfy the global thirst for oil.
We have three solutions: (1) increase oil production; (2) switch to other energy resources; (3) decrease our demand for oil. The first two options would take years. So the immediate solution is to decrease our consumption of oil.
Simple ways of energy conservation can be extremely helpful, such as expanding public transportation, periodic days of no driving and increasing the energy efficiency of our vehicles, buildings and factories.
The second factor for increasing oil prices is the violence and political instability in various parts of the world. These problems cannot be solved by one country alone; they require international cooperation, economic relations and trade, and diplomacy of dialogue and peace.
The third factor is the weakening of the U.S. dollar versus other currencies. In 2004, for example, one euro was $1.10; now it is $1.50. This brings us back to the question: Are we prepared for gas at $8 a gallon? The reality is that if we drive in Europe or Japan, and exchange our dollars to those currencies, the gas will cost us $8 a gallon. So there are millions of people who are already paying that price.
Currently the United States consumes a quarter of world energy; we need to conserve more. Then oil and gasoline prices will come down, and this will give us time to diversify our energy resources. This year's presidential election is also an important opportunity to bring the vital issue of energy to the forefront of public and policy debate.
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* RASOUL SORKHABI is a research professor at the University of Utah's Energy and Geoscience Institute


Are you prepared to pay $8 a gallon at the pump? - Salt Lake Tribune (http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/ci_8822746)




:eek:

canadianclassic9`
04-21-2008, 12:06 PM
shadow you need to grow the fuck up buddy.ive never every insulted you. ive enjoyed reading your articles and theve provided some insight on current global issues, ive only been trying to a put a canadian perspective on this site about the NAU, and high gas prices im not here to fight anyone.

lol and im writing this from a school library computer. i wounder why websense hasent blocked this site:confused:. im not even using a proxy server or anyting

Delta
05-02-2008, 12:23 AM
You do need to toughen the fuck up with your maths canadiankid.

I suppose you don't care as your bicycle uses good ol' leg power.

canadianclassic9`
05-06-2008, 04:57 PM
screw you buddy i have a 95 ford f150 and it costs a fucking arm and a leg to fuel that thing. so i know what the current state is fagget. you ever come to alberta expect trouble i have 4 guns .22,30-06,k98,.410.

canadianclassic9`
05-06-2008, 04:58 PM
im in gr.11 do the math dickfuck

canadianclassic9`
05-06-2008, 05:02 PM
and this is probably the most rewarding thing you do all day come home and cuss people on a conspiracy forum. what are you 30 living in your grandmas basement?

Shadow
05-20-2008, 10:50 AM
canadianclassic9 = Another fine achievement of the great canadian education system.


God help us ey?

canadianclassic9`
05-24-2008, 12:04 PM
hehe.

id like to say school sucks here but honestly it doesent. the cirriculum may be alittle biased towards a sort of conservative view point, but we have so many resources to help us out. so many different programs i can take to educate myself. and most of these prgrams are free due to our insanly high taxes in this country.

well shadow i can say im a very happy student to be attending school in such a good environment. although ive been to school both in BC and AB and i can say without a doubt kids in AB are getting a way better education than kids in BC, i wounder why that is. could it have something to do with oil revenue? haha

redrat11
06-10-2008, 05:37 PM
It's not even >MID- SUMMER< yet???






How high can it go?

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BlueAngel
06-11-2008, 07:45 PM
I believe RedRat said that oil prices would drop sometime soon so that it would appear that we were winning the war in Iraq.

At present, they continue to climb and we continue to be raped at the gas pumps. They continue to prosper as they rob our wallets while food prices increase and unemployment skyrockets.

Go figure.

Robbers and Barons!

When was it that RedRat stated oil prices would begin to fall?

Just for the record.

Anyone recall?