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Originally posted by DeadFlagBlues
It's always about "who complains more.".or "who has it worse."
We're all subjected to price gouging. Our complaining is probably the only thing that keeps it from being the same way here in the United States. I don't understand why it's always a competition of plight instead of a collective outrage.
LIbya is responsible for 4% of U.S. oil imports. It's been reported that there had been zero production issues since the uprising. So, 4% with minimal, if any delays in the distribution of oil account for a 25% increase in some areas? You do the math on that and tell me it's not an obvious abuse at ALL of our expense.
Originally posted by sirjunlegun
reply to post by Tollon
I am curious. Do you drive everyday? How many miles/kms do you drive a day? How often do you have to fill up? What do you drive?