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  • Gas prices are to high

    I think that gas prices are to high gas prices are about 2 to 3 dollars a gallon. Lets say you have 16 dollars for food and you need gas 8 gallons of it there goes your 16 dollars for food. Gas prices should be lower because food is more inportent then gas.

  • Regulate the gas price

    The gas prices should be regulated because then we know how much we need to full up our tank. As well as the fact that if the gas prices keep going up rather than down then we are in trouble cause minimum wage is just that, minimum, your barely getting paid for how much you work

  • Support our government

    The government is set up for the good of the people, because as most of us are aware, any one individual cannot effectively run a nation. Regulation does not mean that everything will be bad. Coming up with a set price for gas was probably viewed the same way as minimum wage. But as we know, without a minimum wage, businesses could work employees like slaves and pay them next to nothing. The government would make sure that surplus and shortage was kept at a minimum.

  • We should regulate, not the government.

    We need a say in this nation. We need to be able to show them that we know what were doing. WE, the people, need to be able to have some type of understanding in this nation. Most of our citizens think we shouldn't because there being too lazy, which is why our government does everything for us and then we end up complaining about it later.

  • Set the Price For Gas

    Let the government regulate it, because the big wig oil companies do rip off the public more than any other business in the United States. They think they have all the power, but in reality they don't. Regulations are required in this day and time for a new era to come about where people don't have to use fossil fuels, so I say let our government regulate it.

  • Regulate the Gas prices

    If you do this it will make things better. People could budget better. I don't know from one week to another how much I have to put aside for gas. I commute 100 miles a day. This is what a lot of people do. Please regulate GAS. Its best for everyone. Thanks.

  • Regulate the Gas prices

    If you do this it will make things better. People could budget better. I don't know from one week to another how much I have to put aside for gas. I commute 100 miles a day. This is what a lot of people do. Please regulate GAS. Its best for everyone. Thanks.

  • We should set gas prices.

    Raising the price of minimum wage may seem like a good idea, but really it is not. If the government raised the price of minimum wage, the prices of almost everything from our goods to buying houses. So basically things will still be the same. Versus with having a set price for gas, the only things that will go up in price will be things that have to get transported and it might even go down in price, depending on what they set the gas pricing at. Housing, bills and other basic living things will stay the same price.

  • Permanently setting the price of gasoline would be widely beneficial for keeping a stable economy,

    Setting the price of gasoline would be beneficial because then the government would not have to raise the price of minimum wage and thus, inflation would not affect gas. If you raise minimum wage, that means all of the other things, We, as Americans buy or use on a daily basis would increase in price. Living costs would increase, food, clothing, gas, and everything in that nature would increase and we would still be in debt, just as we are now. Setting gasoline prices would ensure that more gas would be sold and keep other prices down for the necessities that we need. Gas prices rise and fall all throughout the week, but if you lower the price to around 2.45, many more people may fill up more times throughout the week, keeping companies in business, and gathering income for the country, helping us pay off some of our national debt gradually.

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  • All 'Evil Government' Debates Aside, It's A Bad Idea

    The only way America will ever pay off what it owes is if we go back to our free market/enterprise economy ways. A government regulated fuel price is a huge step in the wrong direction. You can't sell a peach for the same price in South Carolina as you can in Arizona. In much a similar manner, you can't expect an oil sheik to sell his fuel to those far inland at the same price as those on the coast. If a set price is instituted, you can expect it to be raised high enough to make a profit everywhere it is delivered, or you can expect to walk alot more.

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  • No regulation to gas

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  • No regulation to gas

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  • No its not the governments Oil to regulate

    Gas is a fossil fuel, soon we will run out meaning its going to get harder to drill for making it expensive to produce and it will run out so the less there is the more expensive its going to be because the demand isn't dropping as fast as the amount of oil is so there will be a lot of people bidding on it and the oil companies deserve that money cause they drilled it no one else did. Ether way we shouldn't be arguing over the price of oil but how we can prepare the world for when we run out.

  • This is not okay!

    The government has too much control of everything as it is. If the government decides that it wants to regulate the price of gas too then what is the next thing that they are going to want to regulate? Basically, it would be defeating the purpose of free-enterprise and a free market economy and this all ties into freedom. Next thing you know we'll end up communist because the government wants control of everything! DANG!


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