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Biden releasing 1 million barrels of gasoline from northeast reserve in bid to lower prices at pump

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By MATTHEW DALY

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Is there an election in the near future?

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So much for climate change. right America? LOL

Yes, the automobile destroyed American cities. Until that addiction is broken, nothing will change.

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One Million Barrels ? Zero effect = Campaign stunt

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Election interference that further weakens our strategic reserves.

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When yo consider those huge semis only do about 7 miles per gallon and drive about 500 miles a day a million barrels doesn’t seem as much as it first sounds.

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Netanyafu, wot way you goin out? In a blaze of glory or meekly?

Either way, you goin out.

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So much for climate change. right America? LOL

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If the IS reached a deal with Russia on Ukraine and tried a more nuanced approach in the ME and China, oils prices would come down naturally and long term! Guess Biden et al only care about the election though

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Bugger! Is should be US!

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So much for climate change. right America? LOL

”Fighting” climate change and “fighting” high gasoline prices are political stunts. It works because the electorate (everywhere) is (choose one) ignorant, stupid (these are different), lazy, or too busy living their own lives to take notice.

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So much for climate change. right America? LOL

Better than the EV garbage no one wants.

Yes, the automobile destroyed American cities. Until that addiction is broken, nothing will change.

Not the car, the population growth, tell that to 220 million car owners, and I'll bet they'll say something else to that statement.

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Yes, the automobile destroyed American cities. Until that addiction is broken, nothing will change.

No. People not wanting to live in tiny apartments in post-WW2 cities and paying rent without building equity undermined American cities (most people rented in pre-WW2 America). The automobile liberated them. Having vast amounts of land outside cities made it possible there and less likely in Europe.

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releasing 1 million barrels of gasoline from northeast reserve in bid to lower prices at pump

Cheaper gasoline, more popularity. Don't forget folks who to vote in November 5th.

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