Obama versus Big Oil

Presidential candidate Barack Obama is taking on the major oil companies in a new commercial (seen here). Interesting. But are oil companies really to blame for high oil prices? Seems to me we live in a time when worldwide demand for oil is catching up to (and possibly surpassing?) supply, which causes prices to skyrocket. It hurts everybody (my dad’s a truckdriver, so don’t get me started on the economies of $4/gallon diesel), but it’s an inescapable truth of the moment.

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One Response to Obama versus Big Oil

  1. Anonymous says:

    The oil companies reported how many billion dollars profit? And they say they need the money for exploration. It seems to me like the cost of exploration probably came off before the profits were figured. Rippedatthepump

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