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    This is down right un"Merkin

    Taking food out of the mouths of job creators.

    http://www.moneynews.com/Economy/Ken.../24/id/584712/

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    Provided FYI. Site listing the lowest and highest gas prices in VA:
    http://www.virginiagasprices.com/GasPriceSearch.aspx
    I saw $3.19 and $3.27 yesterday driving up and back on I-95 to DC.

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    2 weeks ago I got it for 3.33 a Farm Fresh in the "Bad" part of Nerferk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DosXX View Post
    Provided FYI. Site listing the lowest and highest gas prices in VA:
    http://www.virginiagasprices.com/GasPriceSearch.aspx
    I saw $3.19 and $3.27 yesterday driving up and back on I-95 to DC.
    There is a place in SC where it is $3/gal. $3.27 here in Charleston, which is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    There is a place in SC where it is $3/gal. $3.27 here in Charleston, which is nice.
    $3.33 p/gal in south hair-zee. mang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    Taking food out of the mouths of job creators.

    http://www.moneynews.com/Economy/Ken.../24/id/584712/
    chic,
    I'm on the same page as you as far as the whole myth of the ultra-wealthy, big corpo being job creators but I fail to see how this is anything about that. I doubt they have a source for the fuel other than buying it wholesale from some big oil company. At best they can knock off the few pennies per gallon that a gas station/c-store tacks on as profit. Unless the local stations are outright gouging the public then this town is likely doing more harm than good to it's people. Big oil (the so-called job creators) still get their share but the mom and pop gas stations (actual job creators) are run out of business and take some jobs and dollars out of the local economy. It's a zero sum (or perhaps negative sum) game when done at the local level.

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    "If government doesn't do it to protect the public, then who does it?" Girdler, a Republican, said of the town opening the station. "It's the role of government to protect us from big business."
    Man, that sure sounds like some soshulist, librul lefty talking there...

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    f that place

    thats called socialism

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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    f that place

    thats called socialism
    You mean Imperialistic Marxist Socialism, don't you

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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    f that place

    thats called socialism
    careful.
    its in dixie.