Gas prices have retreated and that's a good thing...sort of. The average for a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.38, according to AAA, down from a high of $3.93 in April.
That's odd. I seem to remember the "record" gas prices being the
The Republican presidential candidate [Mitt Romney], speaking in an interview with Fox News, said he "absolutely" believes Mr. Obama is responsible for high gas prices, contending that "he has not pursued policies that convince the world that America is going to become energy secure, energy independent."
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) blamed President Obama and “radical environmental groups” for high gas prices on Tuesday and said it was “about damn time” the United States had a national energy policy.
Love that one. Exxon Mobil and BP are absolutely powerless in the face of the all-mighty, tyrannical Greenpeace!
It would be nice if a few of the reporters that transcribed these baseless accusations just three months ago followed-up with Willard, McConnell and Boehner today and asked them if they want to take back all that stuff.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was asked by CNN's Candy Crowley about whether or not their attempt to blame President Obama for rising gas prices was going to be successful, given recent polling showing that Americans primarily blamed the Read more...
AFSCME, a union representing over a million public service workers, on Tuesday uploaded a video to YouTube that criticizes Republicans for their opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
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Rachel Maddow calls "bullpuckey" on the Republicans constant barrage of lies we've heard, claiming that President Obama is somehow anti-energy while trying to make hay of the recent rise in gas prices. As she noted, like it or not, he's been Read more...