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Brave numbers.

Of course, if inflation actually included energy prices it might be interesting.

The bigger point is we're talking very small increases. 10 or 15 cents on the state level would solve most of the problems. $1 -- bringing gas up to around $5/G would solve everything.

And we will be paying for $5 anyway - just a question of we tax ourselves or make the oil man rich.

by charlie on Sep 7, 2011 10:55 am • linkreport

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