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Fuel prices

$5 a gallon, or going down in ’13?

January 11, 2013

Will gas prices hit the $5 mark in 2013? The good news for drivers is that most experts say no. “I wouldn’t be in agreement with tha....

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mattelliott

Jan-11-13 12:59 PM

Your absolutely correct "stiffy".

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rocker

Jan-11-13 3:03 PM

Munster with these jokers we got running the country now we are lucky gas isn't $10 a gallon.

I know how ya feel tho. Every time obama goes on tv my dang stocks go down.

Hey WORKINGSTIFF! Your post is right on. No need for me to say anything else.

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Krupinski

Jan-11-13 4:26 PM

Utah yesterday low gas price was $2.43 not $2.89

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scrappile

Jan-11-13 7:11 PM

1.) refinery capacity,1 permit applied for in last 30 years (Conico/Phillips) in Arizona,legislation was fast tracked and approved, which brought immediate rescending of permit application by said Conico/Phillips. 2) Pipeline carrying tar SANDS oil will bypass refineries in midwest, heading for Houston, upon refining, oil products will be shipped overseas, not helping U.S. consumers 1 iota, and this goop does not flow as well as other oil, straining pieline and more condusive to leaks, and thus spills, not to mention carbon footprint much higher for extracting petroleum from tar sands. Rather see stiffy riding a mule, than pedaling rickshaw, get to see 2 a**es for the price of 1. Allow the growing of hemp for fuel production, get the big government/ big corporations off your back and out of your pocket, much like 30`s Germany it is hard to tell difference between BIG GOVERNMENT/CORPORATIONS.

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scrappile

Jan-12-13 9:34 PM

Stiffy, Check how Brazil`s use of sugar cane refined into biofuel has helped their energy independence, something that will never happen, with our "free" market, simply by pressures on congress from the energy lobbyist, due to worry about loss of wealth by Koch bros. and those of their ilk, plus if you believe it is still law of supply and demand, go to Beverly, buy gas at 299, go to Barlow, its 322, I demand the fuel corps. and distributors stop supplying so much BS. Energy independence will come in more ways then Shrill baby schill.

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scrappile

Jan-13-13 11:22 AM

Stiffy.. Wonder who really pressured Oromneybama, to install offshore loading of Brazil`s oil surplus, to load tankers away from ports, Why those who make the most from oil laden ships going to CHINA, as well as to make sure that 46 cents of every dollar we spend, to keep coming in, even if it does pay for the U.S. Navy to protect these same oil tankers to get to their destination, and keep giving you a dividend check from your investments in said China, LETS GO WALLYWORLDING. ITS THE ONLY PLACE TO SHOP.

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rocker

Jan-13-13 2:34 PM

Oh yeah, I love those dividend checks coming in scrappile. Mo money! Mo money!

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