Gas prices in west central Missouri, Thursday afternoon, November 11, 2021:
You’d think he’d have noticed if he bothered to spend any time in Missouri.
Josh Hawley (r) [2016 file photo].
The third senator from Virginia doesn’t have a clue. Yesterday:
Josh Hawley @HawleyMO
The Joe Biden economy: Inflation has taken away all the wage gains for workers and then some
[….] 4:48 PM · Nov 10, 2021
Some of the responses:
As long as Pornhub and Xbox do not increase their subscription rates, we’re good.
We see what you did there.
That’s a strange way to misspell cutting child poverty in half, 5.5 million new jobs in 9 months, a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, real environmental progress after 4 years of backtracking & corruption, and 200 million vaccines in arms. [….]
He wouldn’t know about Missiouri gas prices. He lives in Virginia but somehow serves in the Senate for Missiouri
In case you didn’t know joshy…the president doesn’t make the oil prices…that would be your donors as$h○Le.
No, seriouly, tell us how you really feel.
I bought unleaded regular today in SGF MO for $3.11 Of course if you lived in Ozark…… you’d know that
Josh Hawley (r) is not the only gaslighter from Missouri.
Vicky Hartzler (r) [2021 file photo].
And, the same photo:
Rep. Vicky Hartzler @RepHartzler
Another “gut punch” to the wages of the American people.
Subject: View From the Capitol – Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler’s Newsletter for the Week of May 21-25, 2012
Gas prices are impacting the family budget. They have doubled since President Obama moved into the White House. Most economists agree that the price we pay at the pump is tied directly to supply and demand, meaning greater supply of gasoline would bring about much lower prices. Yet, President Obama has consistently stood in the way of efforts to increase supply. He has discouraged the use of American energy, put a moratorium on off-shore drilling, and delayed the issuing of drilling permits. His rejection of the Keystone pipeline project that would bring much-needed oil from Canada is the latest in a series of poor decisions to appease environmental extremists while increasing our dependency on Middle Eastern oil.
Goodness knows, environmental extremists want middle America to have uncontaminated drinking water. What’s next? A right to breathable air?
The retail price of gas in west central Missouri this afternoon:
Canadian tar sands?
So much for the Keystone XL pipeline, right? Think again.