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Tragedy of Rising Energy Prices

GaryL1 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 7:12 PM
I am taking my autistic daughter to a job experience at a thrift store every day along with college classes every day. That's at least 80 miles a day, sometimes more, and we live in the State of Confusion (California). It's what she needs to learn how to be self sufficient, but it sure is taking a huge bite out of our budget with the high price of gas here. She could get a mass transit pass and ride through dangerous areas where women have been dragged off of the trolley and attacked, OH OOPS!!! The greenies didn't want to admit that in their plan to get everyone out of cars.

There is pain associated with $4.00 a gallon gasoline. It’s not the kind you see on the news every night but it is just as tragic. Every day, families across our country struggle to put enough gas in their cars to get to work. Elderly couples choose between going to the doctor today or to church on Sunday. The people who live pay check to pay check, the people barely getting by, are bleeding a slow economic death with no end in sight.

This administration’s energy policy doesn’t even consider Americans who are just surviving on the edge, almost too...