do you know why High Gas and Oil Prices is good for America?

1) less carbon emissions 2) less traffic 3) better parking 4) high oil gas is directly tied to a strong economy 5) it shows that Obama is doing the right thing and fixed the mess he inherited from bush 6) lots of other stuff but its all tied to Obama doing a good job as POTUS and a Strong Recovery last thing we want is another republican in office to destroy the economy and give us cheap gasoline and oil.

Asked By: - 10/20/2012
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Oh' yeah,,,,cheap energy is destroying the planet... More
Answered By: Curtis 1911 - 10/20/2012
Additional Answers (11)
Gasoline prices have begun their seasonal slide. Better late than never, right? The national average retail price has fallen for nearly two weeks and at week's end was $3.69 per gallon. Nebraska's average price was $3.65 on Saturday, while Iowa's was $3.60.
Answered By: Stuart - 10/20/2012
That is how 0bama is helping the middle class. We will have even higher electricity costs also.
Answered By: Joey - 10/20/2012
i say this all the time because its true the president has little control over the gasoline prices
Answered By: John - 10/20/2012
Great! then I assume you support the Keystone pipeline, since that would raise gas prices even more!
Answered By: mommanuke - 10/20/2012
Yes. I knew that already, and also knew that fossil fuel company dupes (typically too illiterate to know that proper nouns in English are capitalized) deny it. Most are too stupid to realize that Europe and Japan have grown their economies faster than the US over the past half century, despite gasoline prices double or... More
Answered By: Hey Dook - 10/20/2012
AND! can always claim Bush did it to help make his oil cronies even RICHER!.."win-win" for Team Moron!
Answered By: Jim - 10/20/2012
He is antichristian... More
Answered By: N - 10/20/2012
It's not, moron.
Answered By: Scooterpoop, THE Big Bird - 10/20/2012
It's not. Your number 4 is a lie spouted by Obama; it's simply not true. High oil and gas prices drive down consumer spending in other areas, and so are bad for business. Your number 5 makes no sense at all. Your number 6 is a meaningless generalization with no basis in fact.
Answered By: Gorkbark Porkduke Gefunken Fubar - 10/20/2012
How much crack has Obama gotten you to take? The 1st World creates profit by using cheap energy. Go watch the TV show Revolution. You might think twice about the cost of energy. Now, you know this can't be Racist? EDIT Watch California further negative slide as it put in Cap & Trade.
Answered By: viablerenewables - 10/20/2012
Obama sux and you must be high.
Answered By: American - 10/20/2012
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