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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    You could learn something from Levin one of the most savvy and smart people in the country today when it comes to Constitutional law. And a real old school Reagan Conservative to boot.
    Levin is perhaps the best educated of all of the talkers, but as if his normal voice weren't irritating enough, when he starts yelling into the microphone it's too much. However, come to think of it, I would rather listen to Levin's irritating but intelligent voice then Glenn Beck's buttery voice and stupid/outthere brain.

    Really, of all of them I like Limbaugh's delivery best. The libertarian boys on the weekend can be fun too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    You could learn something from Levin one of the most savvy and smart people in the country today when it comes to Constitutional law. And a real old school Reagan Conservative to boot.
    Yesterday I learned from Mark Levin that gasoline in California as of the time he was speaking was pushing $6.00 per gallon and that in "most places in the country" gasoline is pushing $4.00 per gallon all due to Obama. In reality, gasoline spiked in California to about $4.50 due to a variety of factors (as the Bushies told us years ago the President and government don't control the price of gasoline) and is dropping most other places, now below $3.50 .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Yesterday I learned from Mark Levin that gasoline in California as of the time he was speaking was pushing $6.00 per gallon and that in "most places in the country" gasoline is pushing $4.00 per gallon all due to Obama. In reality, gasoline spiked in California to about $4.50 due to a variety of factors (as the Bushies told us years ago the President and government don't control the price of gasoline) and is dropping most other places, now below $3.50 .


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    Amazing that you pick...for the most part places no one has heard of....or would expect to find higher than normal gas prices at.

    But when someone who is interested in facts takes 30 seconds on a google search...you find this:

    LOS ANGELES (AP) California gas prices continued surging Friday, adding another 17 cents per gallon on average, and the increases are expected to continue for at least several more days, ensuring long lines and short tempers at pumps around the state.

    A week of soaring costs has led some stations to close and others to charge record prices in some places $5 or more as California leapfrogged Hawaii as the state with the most expensive fuel. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded across California was nearly $4.49 on Friday, 32 cents more than a week ago and the highest statewide average in the nation, according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge report.
    http://news.yahoo.com/short-supplies...--finance.html

    And then there's the picture that accompanies the story:



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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    Amazing that you pick...for the most part places no one has heard of....or would expect to find higher than normal gas prices at.
    I picked a cross section of California and the continental US including two of the most expensive places to live :San Francisco and New York City. I included Oklahoma because Rock lives there, Florida because I live there, Nashville because Adam Wood lives there and Biloxi because it had the lowest gasoline prices when I drove West last July.

    Yes, you can always find a more outrageous price in California and have always been able to. Isolated mountain areas can be remarkably more expensive, there is a tourist trap on I5 that charges 60 per gallon more than anyone else for no apparent reason, and some places in San Francisco apparently get away with charging a lot more than everywhere else for a convenience fee.

    There was no effort or effect on my part to deceive, so fuck off.


    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    Amazing that you pick...for the most part places no one has heard of....or would expect to find higher than normal gas

    http://news.yahoo.com/short-supplies...--finance.html

    And then there's the picture that accompanies the story:



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    That photo was taken at Low P at 24025 Calabassas Road. I have no idea what their excuse for that price was, perhaps that they are near Malibu, but as of 8 minutes ago their price was $4.99/gal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post

    Yes, you can always find a more outrageous price in California and have always been able to. Isolated mountain areas can be remarkably more expensive, there is a tourist trap on I5 that charges 60 per gallon more than anyone else for no apparent reason, and some places in San Francisco apparently get away with charging a lot more than everywhere else for a convenience fee.
    So then Levin was right. Despite your weak effort to claim he was lying or stupid...he DID know what he was talking about.

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    That the photo and the story was posted on yahoo News 11 hours prior to when I posted it here.

    And I was saying that Levin was right and you were wrong...you said it yourself with what you posted above.

    Congrats...you flamed yourself...again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    So then Levin was right. Despite your weak effort to claim he was lying or stupid...he DID know what he was talking about.
    No, Levin was not right. TO declare that gas prices in California are pushing $6 per gallon suggests that the average price of gasoline in California was near $6. It was not. A cross section of the state showed that the prices were closer to $4.50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    That the photo and the story was posted on yahoo News 11 hours prior to when I posted it here..
    Did it occur to you that the reporter may have looked for the most expensive station in town? At the same time that station was gouging, the Shell and 76 nearby were charging $4.75/gal.

    So you and Levin apparently think that one station equals an average?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    I picked a cross section of California and the continental US including two of the most expensive places to live :San Francisco and New York City. I included Oklahoma because Rock lives there, Florida because I live there, Nashville because Adam Wood lives there and Biloxi because it had the lowest gasoline prices when I drove West last July.

    Yes, you can always find a more outrageous price in California and have always been able to. Isolated mountain areas can be remarkably more expensive, there is a tourist trap on I5 that charges 60 per gallon more than anyone else for no apparent reason, and some places in San Francisco apparently get away with charging a lot more than everywhere else for a convenience fee.

    There was no effort or effect on my part to deceive, so fuck off.




    That photo was taken at Low P at 24025 Calabassas Road. I have no idea what their excuse for that price was, perhaps that they are near Malibu, but as of 8 minutes ago their price was $4.99/gal.

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    Gas is going up Nova, you can deny it all you want but the reality exists. As long as Democrats remain in power there is no end in site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Gas is going up Nova, you can deny it all you want but the reality exists. As long as Democrats remain in power there is no end in site.
    My comments had to do with Levin's comments yesterday on the radio. His comments were deliberately misleading both in the prices he quoted and the analysis.

    As for the long term trajectory for gasoline prices, we are given to believe that no matter what we do the price will continue to rise, so to attempt to blame that on Democrats or a Democrat is disingenuous.
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