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Those gasoline prices are rising again.
For a 34 day in a row in fact.
A month ago a gallon of regular gasoline.
Cost three Dunn and three dollars and thirty cents.
-- -- -- now it's moved up to three.
And 34 days and according to our friends a AAA that is the fastest one month climb since 2005.
The highest prices on record for this time of year up forty.
You would think that that would be big news but it appears that the they're all sorts of ways that the mainstream liberal media.
Is compliant and complicit with this administration.
They are committed apparently the -- President Obama from -- Negative news any possible causal relationship link between well policy and consequences.
And under the Bush Administration gasoline prices also surged dramatically before reaching -- 33 dollars and 56.
Cents a gallon.
Back in 2008.
And that previous month in 2008 NBC news.
And that's why we wrote these on -- grandma used to seeing these three -- what are sets here but anyway.
NBC news devoted eight.
To the bush gasoline price rise ABC news world news covered it.
Seven times back in 2008.
And CBS evening -- seven times as well.
But in the past month NBC's evening broadcasts has mentioned gasoline prices rising just.
Well this is staggering as a it's only worth three mentions you're -- -- thirteen.
ABC mentioning it.
Through retail names and the CBS evening news.
I don't know what they were thinking.
-- One time.
That is a ratio is we have our expert popular -- our expert calculators for work here -- to.
-- -- A little difference between where they reacted to the bush administration and to the Obama administration.
High gas prices are now under the Obama administration just think how differently Democrats react back in 2008.
Then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was on television saying quote.
Quote the price of oil was attributed to that two oil men in the White House in quote.
Today not a word for policy was apparently too busy argument too much government spending isn't really.
A spending problem.
What is driving these higher prices in part.
Here we go refinery maintenance under way as the companies switched -- summer blends of gasoline.
Investor speculation you've always got to be upset about speculation.
Higher crude oil prices.
And of course.
Rising tensions in the Middle East and Syria Libya -- government.
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