March 16, 2012

Don't Blame Speculators for Pump Pain

Sterling Wong, Minyanville


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“Do you think the president of the United States, going into re-election, wants higher gas prices?” President Barack Obama asked Fox correspondent Ed Henry at his first press conference of the year last week, in response to Henry’s question about what he thought about high oil prices. . .

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