Analysts say spike in California gas prices may last awhile; supply issues cited

  • Article by: JASON DEAREN , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 5, 2012 - 2:50 AM
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martin64Oct. 4, 12 4:15 PM

I think it's time to nationalize the oil and gasoline companies. Afterall, it would be in our "national interests."

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ddellwoOct. 4, 12 4:37 PM

This increase has everything to do with the busy-body Leftist bureaucrats that run California and little to nothing to do with the oil companies! California is merely reaping the rewards of being the most "fossil fuel unfriendly" state in the Union -- enjoy!!!

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MorgOct. 4, 12 4:48 PM

Gas jumps 10-25 cents a gallon overnight here all the time, stays for a few days then trickles back down a few cents at a time. This is news??!!?? A question though: why does gas always go up in big chunks but never down 10-15 cents at a time? I mean, other than the fact that the whole process is a scam.

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mrblueskyOct. 5, 1210:39 AM

As long as politicians own oil stocks, we will keep paying rediculous prices for gas. They always have a reason why gas goes up, the wind is blowing from the east,gas goes up. Someone passed gas in the Middle East, gas goes up.

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