Wednesday, June 11, 2008

How To Reduce Gasoline Prices

The Democrat plan is to the left (of course.)
The Republican plan is not only to the right--it IS right.
Congressman Blunt provided the picture, and 'splains his methodology, which was based on the work of Speaker-Ette (and Queen) Pelosi:
Methodology: Retail gasoline prices are the result of literally hundreds of factors including crude oil supply, global demand, refinery capacity, regulation, taxes, weather, the value of the dollar, etc. Therefore it is impossible to say with certainty what one individual action will do to the overall price. However, based on what we know about the impact of crude oil supply and prices it is possible to develop some potential ranges of impact on gasoline prices for certain policy changes. For example, using the methodology employed by Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats that suspending shipments into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (between 40-77,000 barrels of oil a day) would reduce gas prices by at least 5 cents, bringing ANWR online (at least one million barrels of oil a day) could impact gasoline prices by between 70 cents and $1.60.
Hey--it was HER method.


m.z. said...

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Dad29 said...

Whatever, MZ.

Maybe you should construct a better one?

m.z said...

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3rd Way said...

This Blunt guy must be smoking blunts if he thinks he can drop gas by half. You know more about market fundamentals than to be duped by this BS Daddio. Gas prices are determined principly by the global price of oil. There is not enough domestic supply here to have an appreciable effect on that price. You know this. Why do you post things you know aren't true?

Dad29 said...


I can only repeat what Blunt stated: the price-reduction he envisions is based on NANCY PELOSI'S arithmetic--not his.

Argue with Nancy.

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