Gas prices reach record high
Gas prices nationwide have just set a new record: $3.07 a gallon. While this is a serious issue for almost all Americans, don't expect Bush or the Republicans to do anything about it, considering they are the largest campaign benefactors of big oil company money.
Average pump price hits record $3.07 a gallon
CAMARILLO, Calif. - Gasoline prices have surged to a record nationwide average of $3.07 per gallon, nearly 20 cents higher than two weeks earlier, oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday.
The previous record was $3.03 per gallon on Aug. 11, 2006.
Besides, the right-wingers have more pressing issues on hand than dealing with the high gas prices, such as:
- Fighting for the rights of suspected terrorists and crazed maniacs to carry more dangerous firearms and do more terror and damage.
- Fighting against the sex industry while secretly and hypocritically engaging in prostitution, often with taxpayer money.
- Fighting for an unpopular war in Iraq which has no strategic value to America while mounting American casualties and depleting financial resources.