The highest yearly average was 2012 @ $3.60. The second yearly average was 2011 @ $3.51. The highest one day was in 2008.
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TripleD...one more time since you appear a little slower than most Democrats...
"In March 2010, Obama promised his new gas mileage standards would save the average American household $8000 per year."
Not my words, not President Bush's words...OBAMA'S WORDS. Record of fact, indisputable FACTS spoken from his mouth several times during 2010 as he touted his "Energy Policy".
What the hello does Bush have to do with the LIES that come out of Obama's mouth?
In your small mind, I have no doubt that YOU actually believe by throwing out that same BLAME BUSH excuse gives that POS in the White House a "PASS" for the entire 8 years of his failed leadership.
THIS has nothing to do with blaming the idiot in the White House for the doubled gas prices...it has everything to do with his lies and how he claimed HE WOULD FIX IT. Grow a brain.
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good business men are not having any problems.
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LOL the economy has been run into the ground ever since then...yet the price still rises. The reality is, attributing the price of a gallon of fuel to the President is ignorant.
highest price of gas was in bush jr.s year I think in 2008
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WatchDog, During President Bush's two terms the price of Gas often exceed its current price. At the end of President Bush's second term the economy had become so bad that it drove down the price of gas. The line about Obama doubling the price of gas has always been a very week argument for all but the most simple of voters. As President Obama said during the 2012 campaign, if you want the price of gas that low again, all you need to do is run the economy into the ditch the way President Bush did.
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"In March 2010, the President promised his new gas mileage standards would save the average American household $8000 per year."
I think this re-election promise "lie" was one of his best performances to date!
TripleD would your comment be another form of Leftist propaganda trying to excuse the total lack of energy policy leadership by the Obama administration?
"It's not so bad here so don't feel bad that you're paying twice as much as when Obama was elected". Whatever!
He's blocked drilling and expansions of pipelines and hasn't done anything meaningful to advance CNG based refueling stations, etc. that could actually help us get off oil dependency.
For this whole energy thing is slavery in it's truest form, not with chains but, with taxes. That is our reality in America and all over the world. Gas prices all over the world are not high because they have to be, they are high because they can be...HUGE DIFFERENCE.
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Whoops, Sorry, my mistake, I googled Europe price per gas liter and I got the Armed Forces Network Price. Big difference between that an the off base price. I wonder what supplementing those fuel prices cost us?
The price in Germany per liter is Euro 1,598 which is $2.14 per liter or $8.11 per gallon.
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I once saw a gas war with a 9 cent a gallon price at one station. I do not think we will be getting back there any time soon. Still when I was working overseas I saw prices per liter that equaled the price of a gallon here in the States. Interestingly, I just did a quick check and it appears that while Europe still pays a little more, it is not anywhere near as big of a difference as it once was.
Yay! Dropped another penny!
Don't worry, Speedway will jump 30 cents soon, then they all will follow.
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It's still over $3 here...enjoy but I have to blink...sorry!
It wouldn't be so bad if that was the only thing they got to vote for.
How delusional do you have to be to have voted yes? lol
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What a silly question. It'll probably go up this afternoon.
The best I remember, a dollar used to be worth four gallons.
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Will the American dollar remain worth 1/3 of a gallon of gasoline?
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