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Why gasoline costs nearly $4 a gallon

Dear Editor,
As any smart businessman knows, the price of a product is based upon how much is available and how much demand there is for a product. Since the United States demands more gasoline than is available, the price goes up to the point that people drive less, and, therefore, demand meets the supply.
Why do we have this shortage? It is primarily because the Obama administration has stopped most oil and gas development in the United States. He has prevented exploration and development off our shores to buy votes from the “ecologists” that claim there would be massive ...

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