Gasoline Price Up 100% Under Obama, From $1.79 in January 2009 To Average of $3.58 Today


I'm still looking for all those stories on pain at the pump, I can't seem to find very many

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Feeling pain at the pump? Gas prices have doubled since Mr. Obama took office. According to the GasBuddy gasoline price tracking web site, the price of a gallon of regular gas was around $1.79 when Mr. Obama took office.

Today the national average is $3.58. The lowest average price in the continental United States is $3.31 in Tulsa Oklahoma, the highest is $4.14 in Santa Barbara, CA. Four-dollar-a-gallon gas has arrived on average throughout California, and a number of other states are headed in that direction.

Consumer price index (CPI) figures from February show an unadjusted 12 month gasoline inflation rate of 19.2%, but in the last month alone prices jumped 6.8%, probably because of oil price increases due to instabilities in the Middle East.

If the trend continues, gas prices would double again within a year. 100% gasoline price inflation is nothing to brag about, but imagine Mr. Obama going into the 2012 election having to explain why gas costs $7.00 a gallon. I'm sure the White House would spin it as one of their "Green" initiatives
Flashback: This is great, I found this while going through YouTube videos. During the 'pain at the pump' of 2008 when George W. Bush was president, the SEIU ran this ad. 'High gas prices? Vote Barack Obama because he doesn't take money from oil companies'...Roll tape (April 2008)

Stunning....