Why do we continue to subsidize ethanoyl at the rate of almost $2.00 per gallon when it has...
already been shown to have worse evironmental properties than gasoline?
The farmer's vote is crucial in the Mid-West and Plains states. Not only is ethanol subsidized, imported ethanol is hit with a 50 cent per gallon tariff. So that adds up to a $2.50 per gallon welfare payment to corn farmers and ethanol distillers. Imagine how much gasoline would cost if it was competing with imported ethanol for filling the gas tanks on all those flex fuel vehicles.
I think it's total BS that they are taking food out of people's mouths by raising food prices so that the USA - like a heroin addidct - can mainland those gas guzzler's.
by Rachel Koski 5 years ago
What does a gallon of gasoline cost in places other than the US?I'm really curious. Today I went out for fuel and had to pay $4.09 a gallon!!
by Hugh Williamson 6 years ago
In 2011, for the first time since 1949, the U.S. EXported more petroleum products than it imported (by 439,000 bbl per day). 2012 is also expected to be an oil surplus year, as is 2013.So why are we talking about unlimited drilling and accepting the associated environmental costs for this all out...
by tipstoretireearly 5 years ago
Would you still buy milk if the price reaches $6 per gallon?Senator Charles Schumer has warned that the price of milk could double if Congress does not pass the 2012 Farm Bill during its lame duck session after the elections. This would move the price of milk above $6 per gallon in much of...
by CHRIS57 6 years ago
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-04-2 … vital.htmlIt seems that high gas prices bring along something good. People start to understand the simple equation:price = miles / miles per gallon * USD/gallonSo if USD/gallon go up it is a good idea to increase fuel efficiency. And that reduces...
by spiderpam 9 years ago
Gas Prices are back on the rise, around $2.59 here in the AZ. Who's to blame? How much is gas in your neck of the woods?
by TSAD 4 years ago
What’s the best prank you’ve ever pulled on someone?
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