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  • Much much lower! 50% in many cases!
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment
  • $2.379 per gallon. They rose sharply when Biden shut the Keystone XL Pipeline down - and have been going up since. What we're seeing today hasn't happened since 9-11 when a handful of oil companies increased their prices to $5 per gallon. At the time, it was called "price gouging" and it was illegal. Today, it's called "Build Back Better" (albeit, doubling the price doesn't equate to anything close to being "better") and it's legal. It's insanity and, worse, still supported by the idiot voters who caused it to happen.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yes, but...what was the state of Russia-Ukraine relations when Trump left office? Of course, one MIGHT blame Biden for not acting more assertively in defusing the Ukrainian invasion before it happened. (I do. Once he realized that Russia was going to invade - which he realized MONTHS before the invasion - he should have sent bunches of troops to Ukraine BEFORE the invasion and warned Russia than any attempt to invade Ukraine would be greeted by supporting Ukrainian forces with the full military might of the US)
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • 1465
      You sound quite assertive, I'll give you that. But the fact is, nothing Biden threatened would have been a deterrent. He already made a name for himself and that name was "Fool". Putin wouldn't have taken him seriously no matter what he did. You seem to want to see WW3 triggered awful bad since you're so willing to send in "the full military might of the US" when what's going on over there is none of America's business.
    • www.bible-reviews.com
      I don't want WWIII, and what I suggest certainly would not have caused WWIII...but I would have rather seen another Vietnam than what we are seeing now. I would rather the U.S. and/or NATO and/or the UN fight aggressive imperialism (regardless of the flavor) than to sit meekly by and allow it to happen.

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