Mitt Romney on rising gas prices

Mitt Romney on rising gas prices

Nov 1, 2012

Mitt Romney weighs in on rising gas prices:

 

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  1. Douglas
    Douglas 1 November, 2012, 15:00

    I read “somewhere” that ExxonMobil is moving all its refinery jobs to China.

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  2. Douglas
    Douglas 1 November, 2012, 15:22

    The cost of gas in June of 2008, the early stages of the heavy summer driving season and during the presidential campaign, was $4.10 per gallon. The 2008 gas crisis hit its peak one month later with prices averaging $4.11 per gallon.

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  3. Edward Rasen
    Edward Rasen 1 November, 2012, 23:29

    Mitt Romney says high gasoline prices are good for economy because oil companies make record profits and in turn executives purchase expensive houses and cars, plus hire more illegal immigrants as maids, cooks and gardeners. But, I wonder if they stash money in Swiss bank accounts like Mitt?

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  4. Queeg
    Queeg 2 November, 2012, 10:18

    What a flaming crock….one of the worst posts ever on CWD….you should be embarassed by your blatant misinformation.

    Your charm school buddy did not save our patriots in Benghasi…..and you fib on Romney?

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