With the recent drop in oil prices that have benefitted the consumer, but hurt oil companies, does it seem like this will harm or improve the economy in the long run?
Hard to understand how it can cause great harm to the economy. While the oil companies won't have the $$ the would have had, it simply means that someone else will. That money isn't going to simply sit in the consumers pocket; it will just be spent elsewhere - some other vendor will have it instead of the oil companies.
by Gary Anderson4 years ago
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by Mike Russo3 years ago
Obama was blamed by the conservatives and the Romney camp for the price of gasoline increasing. Now that it is coming down, does he get credit for it?...something to think about! Your thoughts please.
by Brian5 years ago
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by Doug Hughes5 years ago
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by kerryg5 years ago
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