cabinover wrote:Hmmm....maybe time to buy stock in Exxon/Mobil.
I did, in 1990. Thats whats paying the mortgage until I find another job.
The refineries run near capacity and any glitch/changeover/blend change/maintenance causes a drop in production.
We actually import refined gasoline due to a lack of refining capacity.
Greed is a destructive brand of self-interest that, despite its bad-boy or strong motivation
appeal, is detrimental to the integrity of the United States, its economy, and its long-term future.
Among those who we would assume support “greed,” including Adam Smith, and Ayn Rand, we
actually see misinterpretation and a collective disapproval of the behavior. Greed is not a
character trait people wish to advertise—yet it remains a strong hidden force. It fosters
inequality, deepens deception, withers away national pride and trust, and encourages short-term
behavior that is ill suited for the long-run health of the economy.
BillMarti wrote:I been watching MSNBC and other news stations and it seems the liberals have turned on their master BO. Now all as we need is to see that both sides admit to their irresponsibility in this mess and allowing this price gouging to continue. Even if we had 3 more socialist presidents more it still would be Bushes fault because all our representatives are all a bunch of little spoiled girls that blame everybody else for what they did and think we're to stupid to see behind the curtain.
Sorry for the rant but I'm really disappointed in our government past and present.
you think we'll be a third world country soon? I had a thought how about all us coal burners move to Montana do like the dems did infiltrate the state government and secede from the union and sit back and watch the fun. Just a thought.