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Topic Title: President Biden seems to praise high gas prices as 'incredible transition' Americans must go through
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 05/23/2022 06:28 PM
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Fish Killer

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President Biden seems to praise high gas prices as 'incredible transition' Americans must go through
The record-high national average for a gallon of regular gas is $4.56, and is much higher in some states
By Adam Sabes

President Biden said that the country is going through an "incredible transition" away from fossil fuels via the high gas prices being experienced nationwide.

Biden made the statement on gas prices during a joint press conference with Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday.

"Here's the situation. And when it comes to the gas prices, we're going through an incredible transition that is taking place that, God willing, when it's over, we'll be stronger and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over," Biden said, seeming to justify or praise those sky-high prices Americans face at the pump.

Biden's comments come amid a stretch of record-high gas prices which the American Automobile Association says is "unprecedented."

The national average for a gallon of regular gas stands at $4.56 as of Monday, which is more than $.40 higher than it was just a month ago.

In parts of the country such as California, however, the average price for a gallon of regular gas reached $6.06 on Monday.

Biden added during the press conference on Monday that his administration has taken steps to prevent the price at the pump from going even higher, such as the release of 1 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum reserve.

"And what I've been able to do to keep it from getting even worse - and it's bad. The price of gas at the pump is something that I told you - you heard me say before - it would be a matter of great discussion at my kitchen table when I was a kid growing up. It's affecting a lot of families," Biden said.

"But we have released over two hundred and, I think, fifty-seven thousand - million barrels of oil, I should say. Us and the rest of the world we convinced to get involved. It's helped, but it's not been enough," he added.

The White House has shifted some of the blame for higher gas prices as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, calling it a "Putin spike at the gas pump."

"Let me first say that Americans are paying a higher price at the pump because of the actions of President Putin," then-White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters in March. "This is a Putin spike at the gas pump, not one prompted by our sanctions."

Biden's comments on Monday were ridiculed by several Republicans who said that the president is now "saying the quiet part out loud now."

"They're saying the quiet part out loud now. They're causing you pain at the pump because it's all part of their radical agenda," said Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La.

Biden instituted policies some that say are anti-energy during his first hours in office, including canceling the Keystone XL pipeline that would have moved more than 800,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Canada to Texas, and "pausing" oil and gas leases on federal lands. The Biden administration has also canceled multiple federal oil and gas lease sales, some as recently as this month amid the gas price surge.

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 05/23/2022 07:28 PM
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follydude

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Meanwhile, ExxonMobil posts their highest stock price in 5 years.




 05/23/2022 08:15 PM
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sandi

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FK seems to be a moron...
 05/24/2022 12:22 AM
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Biden's comments on Monday were ridiculed by several Republicans who said that the president is now "saying the quiet part out loud now."

"They're saying the quiet part out loud now. They're causing you pain at the pump because it's all part of their radical agenda," said Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La.

Biden instituted policies some that say are anti-energy during his first hours in office, including canceling the Keystone XL pipeline that would have moved more than 800,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Canada to Texas, and "pausing" oil and gas leases on federal lands. The Biden administration has also canceled multiple federal oil and gas lease sales, some as recently as this month amid the gas price surge.

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 05/24/2022 07:16 AM
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How much have the libtard idiots benefited from oil profits compared to the damage of high prices from the middle to low class Americans?

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 05/24/2022 07:39 AM
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Waiting for the President as no ability to affect fuel prices excuse. While there is no magic up or down button, there are a lot of things this administration has done that definitely have had an affect on the cost of fuel. The Libs know this as they are self proclaimed geniuses, but would never acknowledge it openly as to them that would be a sign of weakness.
 05/24/2022 09:11 AM
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Hey baloney, you want libs to acknowledge they are geniuses? I gladly acknowledge that!
 05/24/2022 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by: follydude Meanwhile, ExxonMobil posts their highest stock price in 5 years.
Well, at least one group likes what Biden is doing. But that is a lonely bunch.

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 05/25/2022 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by: Greensleeves

Hey baloney, you want libs to acknowledge they are geniuses? I gladly acknowledge that!


"self proclaimed" meaning only you think you are, the rest of us know better.
 05/25/2022 03:50 PM
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The fossil fuel based world economy has peaked. Production of gasoline and other petroleum based products will be held proportionally below demand to force prices upward as we transition to Electrification. Fossil fuels will be redirected from gasoline refineries to power generation plants at a higher cost per barrel or ton driving up KWH cost. Expect to see higher electric rates in the near future as a result. Electrify America (VW of America) sells electric at vehicle charging stations 0.41 per KWH if you haven't become a member.

Politics is not going to directly change this dynamic. It can however influence it thru policy such as incentives to electrify. Lowering demand faster than output can be lowered will cause price to lower. Albeit it too will have an end point for it's influence as the lowering of output is adjusted proportionally to the lower demand. It could create a runaway race to the bottom with the end result being a zero economy. Potentially collapsing the US Fiat as the World Reserve Currency.

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 05/25/2022 06:03 PM
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Originally posted by: dab

The fossil fuel based world economy has peaked.


No it hasn't.

Liar.

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 05/25/2022 06:33 PM
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Gas Companies making record profits.

Buy Gas.

Sell Gas.

Buy Solar with the profits.

EV's Rock!

FK pollutes.
 05/26/2022 05:27 AM
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dab

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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

Originally posted by: dab



The fossil fuel based world economy has peaked.




No it hasn't.



Liar.


Why do you think it hasn't?

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 05/26/2022 05:55 AM
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Originally posted by: dab

Originally posted by: Fish Killer



Originally posted by: dab







The fossil fuel based world economy has peaked.








No it hasn't.







Liar.




Why do you think it hasn't?


Having Biden restrict the US output of fossil fuels and denying further exploration and future drilling is only an election away from reversal.

Having Putin invade Ukraine and having his oil embargoed is a very temporary scenario.

Your fake energy crisis is backfiring.

Using a fake energy crisis to forward your agenda is not only obvious...people are pissed off at you and your prog commie demoshit agenda.

That would be world wide...not just here in the USA.

FOOL!

Everyone knows it.





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 05/26/2022 06:24 AM
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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

Originally posted by: dab



Originally posted by: Fish Killer







Originally posted by: dab















The fossil fuel based world economy has peaked.
















No it hasn't.















Liar.








Why do you think it hasn't?




Having Biden restrict the US output of fossil fuels and denying further exploration and future drilling is only an election away from reversal.



Having Putin invade Ukraine and having his oil embargoed is a very temporary scenario.



Your fake energy crisis is backfiring.



Using a fake energy crisis to forward your agenda is not only obvious...people are pissed off at you and your prog commie demoshit agenda.



That would be world wide...not just here in the USA.



FOOL!



Everyone knows it.


Interesting take on it. Especially the personal attacks. Though, I may disagree with many of your posts I don't recall personally attacking you.

You are correct we are not at Peak Oil. But, we are at the Peak Oil Economy. They are not the result of the same dynamic.

The Peak Oil Economy is the result of an infrastructure investment cost to risk factor. It is not about available drilling sites. Which there are plenty of even in continental US. When the price per barrel can offset the cost of the infrastructure there will be more infrastructure invested in. But, output will not be higher than demand as it has been in the past to insure that the infrastructure can be paid for. Along with hefty profits to invest in electrification to insure the future of the energy conglomerates control of the energy sector.

Profits are high currently as a result of not reinvesting in infrastructure such as pipelines.




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 05/26/2022 06:29 AM
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Originally posted by: dab

The Peak Oil Economy is the result of an infrastructure investment cost to risk factor. It is not about available drilling sites. Which there are plenty of even in continental US. When the price per barrel can offset the cost of the infrastructure there will be more infrastructure invested in. But, output will not be higher than demand as it has been in the past to insure that the infrastructure can be paid for. Along with hefty profits to invest in electrification to insure the future of the energy conglomerates control of the energy sector.

Profits are high currently as a result of not reinvesting in infrastructure such as pipelines.


This is a totally manufactured crisis to achieve an agenda.

Plain and simple.

The entire world is not stupid.



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"In the meantime, gas prices could continue to soar here in the U.S. As Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman pointed out, gas prices actually haven't hit a record high yet, if you account for soaring inflation. Gas prices in 2022 terms would only exceed the 2008 record of $4.16 if they went higher than $5 a gallon."
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Fish Killer

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FUCK JOE BIDEN!

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Fuk off, fishfraud!
Go home
now

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 05/29/2022 05:11 PM
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Best gas price record--1964, $.13/gallon, Hess and 3 other stations on US1-Melbourne, could fill a VW and buy a pack of cigs with the .$.25/ person of 4 Guys going surfing!!

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