OT - Gas to hit 4.00

Jared Ottley jottley at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 13:53:47 MDT 2008

To add to this from marketplace.org (http://marketplace.publicradio.org/episodes/show_rundown.php?show_id=14&start_date=05-30-2008 

"Who says the government's rebate checks aren't doing any good?

The Commerce Department reported its April figures for consumer  
spending and income this morning. Both nudged up two-tenths percent, a  
figure analysts are attributing mostly to those stimulus checks.

Before you get ahead yourself, though, there's this: One study we saw  
today said if oil stays near where it is, that'll eat up almost $90  
billion of the $110 billion the rebates are going to come to."

On Jun 4, 2008, at 1:47 PM, Grant Shipley wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 31, 2005 at 4:11 PM, Grant Shipley <gshipley at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
>> I just had to vent and I know the PLUG loves OT conversations. :)
>> http://money.cnn.com/2005/08/31/news/gas_prices/index.htm
>> Does our government not realize this is killing the average American?
>> Has the president even made a comment about how this is hurting
>> families?  Or -- maybe they don't care as they get money from the oil
>> and auto companies to get them elected and tax the crap of out gas to
>> pay their salary?  Or maybe its because they have state owned cars
>> where they don't have to pay for gas?
> Whoaaa... What? Me?  Shamelessly replying to a thread I started in
> 2005 predicting the price of Gas at 4.00?  :)
> In all seriousness though... I told ya so.  A big argument back in
> 2005 was that it is related to supply and demand.  I recently read
> (citation left out intentionally as I wave my hands in the air) that
> demand for gasoline has dropped 4% so far this summer.  One would
> think that if demand decreases, so would the cost?  But what do I
> know... I am just a poor redneck in North Carolina.
> --
> grant
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