Posts Tagged ‘Exxon/Mobil’

“Transitory Oil: Greasing the Slide”

Turmoil in the Mideast is being blamed for high gas prices.

Americans are getting fleeced by big oil companies!

In his first ever press conference Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke referred to the rise in oil and gas prices, as well as food and other commodity prices, as transitory. Though these stifling rises aren’t permanent they are having an immediate impact on those that can least afford them. They continue to erode the middle-class.

Transitory or not, big oil companies are making a killing on the high prices.

Exxon/Mobil reported record quarterly earnings, $10.65 billion, for the first quarter of 2011. That’s a 69% improvement over the same quarter last year. They spend millions of dollars in television and radio ads telling us how great they are. How much they’re doing for our planet. How much they’re improving our lives.

But are they really improving our lives?

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“The Psychology of $4.00 a Gallon”

Oil companies are playing games with our heads and our wallets!

Disruption of oil production in Libya, the turmoil in Bahrain, and potential of unrest in Saudi Arabia are being blamed for the sudden rise in the price of oil and gasoline.

The American people are being lied to by Big Oil Companies and the people have little recourse.

Republican House members voted to continue the Big Oil subsidies despite record quarterly profits last quarter and huge profits in previous quarters.

That’s taxpayer money being given to private companies that are screwing the same taxpayers with a manufactured oil crisis.

Every single Republican Representative voted for big oil and against the American people. Every damn one of these sleazeballs!

But it’s the application of oil psychology that’s killing the American consumer.

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