Gas prices going up too fast affecting food prices.
If the gas prices keep on going up the way it is now, how can we prepare for the projected food crisis?
Unfortunately the price of fuel directly affects food prices. Everything is trucked to their outlets. Talk about an industry that needs regulation! How these oil companies continue to gouge everyone in the world is beyond me! Greed is a powerful thing!
by Randy Godwin 2 months ago
Gas prices are soaring as usual under Republican leadership. This will hurt middle and lower classes more than it does those who got the lions' share of the tax cuts. Not only do we have to repay the Chinese for the money we borrowed , we now have to pay higher prices for fuel. I hope those wanted...
by Susan Britton 6 years ago
What do you think of rising gas prices and what do you think is causing gas prices to go so high?In southern Ontario gas is predicted to go to $1.55 a litre. That adds up to $6.20 a gallon by the end of May when gas usually goes up. I can see our tourist business will be struggling under these gas...
by Suzanne Levac 7 years ago
I just heard that it is very probable that the gas will go up to $5.00 a gallon in the near...future in the United States; do you think it will happen? And why is it going up that much?
by Leslie McCowen 6 years ago
Boehner says they have been working waaaaay too hard....time for another vaca.What do you say, $10,000 that they go to Tahiti?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/ … _bush.htmlBush gas at $3 a gallon bad! Obama gas at $5 a gallon okay and not his fault. Got it.
by Samuel E. Richardson 6 years ago
What is being done about gas prices?I've heard of various alternatives to gasoline prices: Corn, switchgrass and hydrogen, to name a few. Here, in Utah, I don't see anything happening, and the prices continue to soar. Any ideas?
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