Gas Prices Creep Up After the Spill, Despite Weak Demand

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    My gas costs the same as it has for weeks.
     
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    Just wait its coming.
     
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    Do you want a recovery or not?
    As I have always said a recovery means gas costs more.
    Who do you think pays for a recovery in a consumer spending driven economy?

    How much of our GDP gains have been due to the increasing price of oil and it's products?
     

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