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Digit, I'm not going to do your homework for you. If any of those Google hits actually answer the question, it's your job to figure out which. Meanwhile, by posting search results, you prove that you never had any evidence to support your claim. You've just been fed crap and swallowed it.
Lovejoy, gas prices have gone from around $1.50/gal to over $3.50/gal during Bush's rule. During that time, corporate taxes have stayed constant or been lowered, so they are obviously not to blame for rising prices. Likewise, environmental regulations have existed for more than three decades. If anything, they have been weakened under Bush.
What has changed during that time is that our military has diverted essentially the entire output of Kuwait for its own consumption in Iraq, and our deficit spending and declining reputation are weakening our dollar. It's not just oil prices that are climbing; it's everything, and that is a sure sign of a weakening currency.
This recession is the chickenhawks coming home to roost.
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