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Transportation Secretary: Gas Prices Will Never Go Down

Matt in N.C. Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 9:15 AM
Don't hold your breath. Oh, the Democrat Lite Party may make impressive gains in 2014. But as the latest amnesty cram-down shows, the differences between the two major parties on many issues is slight. Congress and the electorate remain split. Government employees and dependents slightly outnumber producers and taxpayers, but the gap is growing. And Hillary Clinton, newly rehabilitated after daring to oppose Obama, is the presumptive nominee of tribalists, redistributionists, and dullards. We're sunk.
justme16 Wrote: Jun 30, 2013 8:55 AM
In some precincts better than 100 percent. More votes cast than registered voters...but the press never took that up.
r729 Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 6:13 PM
Except that the people have woken up. Why do you think Obama practiced the largest case of voter fraud in history to get reelected. He won in Pennsylvania and Ohio with 100% of the vote in several urban districts. But of course the democrats at the polls had to force the republicans to leave the polling place before they started letting all those dead people vote and let several live people vote several times.

If you’re sick of high gas prices, too bad—they’re not going down, according to outgoing Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.

“Gas prices aren't going down,” he said in his final press conference, “they are not going to go down.”

During his four-plus years at DOT, the administration raised the mileage goal to 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025, a huge increase that will likely lead to hybrids flooding the car market.

"The kinds of vehicles people drive I think will change dramatically," said LaHood. "I believe that in the...