Monday, October 31, 2005

Diesel dilemma

We hate to burst your bubble, all you folks out there who have been celebrating the 40-cent drop in gas prices in the past month.

But there’s something else going on at the pumps.And it’s no cause for celebration.While gas prices have dropped in the past month, diesel prices have remained persistently high. In fact, the price has risen slightly since September. Full story here........


Prosperous said...

Gas prices are impacting every American and even foreign countries. The oil Companies and Banks are taking in record profits and the public is suffering. Let's do something about it. Boycotting the Oil Companies will not work. We all need gas and petroleum products are in most of the products that we use. Let's boycott the economy for a few days in order that we may have a better economy for years to come. STOP SHOPPING. That is the answer. Do not buy cars, clothes, furniture, appliances, etc.. for about 10 days and demand that gas prices drop to $1.75 per gal. This price is at a level that the consumer has become accustomed to and clearly is a level at which the oil companies can make a fair profit based upon 2004 oil company profit statements. Let's organize for a better economy which will create a better work environment. For more information read an article titled "America, they are betting against you" at
May God give you the desires of your heart and make all of your plans succeed.

Car Man said...

You should buy cars.