Sunday, April 27, 2008
Gas Costs More Under Democrats
The price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline in January 2001 when George W. Bush took his oath of office was $1.46.
The price for a gallon of gas when the Republicans lost their majority in November 2006 was $2.19.
The price for a gallon of gas in January 2007, when the Democrat Majority and Speakeress Nanny Pelosi were sworn into office, was $2.30.
The average price for a gallon of gas today is around $3.50.
So, from when Bush took office in January 2001 to January 2007 when the Democrats were sworn into office - six years years later - the price per gallon increased by .73 cents, or an increase of .12 cents per year.
In a little over one year, from January 2007 to April 2008, the price per gallon has increased by $1.20 with a Democrat majority.
Hmmmmmm...Interesting. How 'bout a round of applause, ladies and gentlemen, for the energy and gasoline policies of the Democrats.
I did hear this morning that oil is headed back down to from 111.00 a barrel from 120.00. We should see that right after the election. Boy, those Muslims really do want Barry Obama to win, don't they? Turds.
So why aren't we? Why is it so cost prohibitive to build more refineries?
The environazis, that's why.
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