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Fill Up Your Car For $2.14 a Gallon

Nam65-66 Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 7:59 AM
The problem is not with fuel types.The problem is with politics.Wait until the politicians hear about this.They will be climbing all over each other to see who can tax it the most.The taxes pay for the politicians re-election.
Daniel982 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 10:05 AM
The major industrialists seek protection against competition, therefore the politicians they contribute to are constantly inventing new and more contradictory regulations to discourage innovation and startup entrepreneurs.
Daniel982 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 10:06 AM
If you want an honest government:
1) Select Representatives by means of a draft lottery, qualifications for inclusion to the

pool of prospective draftees to be determined by each state.
2) Repeal the 17th Amendment. Give the selection of Senators back to the state

legislatures, with the addition of term limits and the right of recall by the state Governor,

the state legislature, and plebiscite.
3) Remove the pay of federal legislators and staff from the federal domain. The state

sending these people to Congress should be paying 'em.

Would you pay $2.14 for a gallon of gas?

I know I would. According to AAA, the nationwide average for a gallon of gasoline is $3.80... Diesel is even more expensive at $4.06.

Yet despite high fuel costs across the country, a select group of drivers are paying only $2.14 a gallon... more than $1.50 below the national average.

What's the catch?

To be honest, there isn't one. These drivers aren't getting some "special deal," and this isn't some publicity stunt that's only available to a select few. They're simply filling up their tanks with a different kind of transportation...