Cap and Trade in Action

A follow up to my earlier post on Cap and Trade: What it Means to You

 

Has anyone seen the price of gas lately?  What about the price of food?  Why isn’t the media reporting on this?  I filled up the gas tank in my car today, and my two five gallon containers I use for lawn care and stuff, and it cost me $71.00 dollars.

My car takes 12 gallons to fill, and it was only half empty.  Gas has risen here in Hawai’i  to $3.69, that the cheapest, it’s more expensive in other locations on the Island.  It isn’t just gas that’s going up, it’s food, and other products and services.  Why isn’t anyone in the media reporting this?

 

Cap and Trade In Action: You Just Don’t Know It

Click on the Graphic to Learn More

 

 

Source: The Heritage Foundation

(Hat Tip: Antagoniste)

 

Back when President Bush was in office, the Lame Stream Media would make this a Front Page Story.  Under the Obama Regime, the Irresponsible, Lap-Dog, Socialist, Democrat Media, doesn’t report a word, a sentence, a paragraph, a Headline.  Nothing, Nada, Zilch!

 

 

 

What’s For Dinner?

 

Crispy Creole Spice Catfish with Garden Salad

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “Cap and Trade in Action”

  1. Zardoz Says:

    Even here in the lower 48 (or if I was Obama it would be the lower 55) gas prices are tending towards $3.00 a gallon. By this summer we’ll be glad to find it that cheap.

    I had an appointment with my financial guy yesterday and he reminded me that a couple years ago gas was over $3.00 a gallon and people were outraged. Now we’ve adjusted to it and won’t get bent out of shape until it’s over $4.00.

    Freudian slip….I read it as “Inferior” Secretary Salazar. You gotta remember he used to be my one of my Senators until he was picked to be in the cabinet. He’s still a doofus and the cowboy hat is helping.

    That catfish sure looks good—you got any leftovers?

    • Kini Says:

      I remember when gas prices went up sharply after the 2006 election when the Democrats took over the House and Senate, it was shortly after that prices on just about everything went up.

      You are right. People will only start to freak out once gas prices hit $4.00 bucks a gallon. Over the last two years, I’ve watched the price of food and other goods start to rise. It doesn’t look promising.

      The catfish was tasty. Come to Hawai’i and we’ll talk story over some ono grinds! 🙂


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