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Old 02-16-2009, 07:51 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Around the November elections,prices here dropped momentarily to below pre-Katrina/post Desert Storm levels.A rumor is afoot,that gasoline prices have been decoupled from the price of crude.I can't prove it one way or another.------------------------- The radio announced that fears of lower demand was pushing prices "higher".So much for supply-side Reaganomics.My guess is that Saudi Arabia is the de facto 51st state in the U.S.,and to protect "jobs" we must provide steady capital flight from the continent to Ridya to finance petro-dollar recycling through exports to the Middle East regardless of petroleum demand.
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