After negotiating a tricky stretch of road, the Obama campaign may be easing into the straightaway in the gas-driven presidential race. News on Monday of a delay in the planned closure of the largest refinery on the East Coast could mean an end to skyrocketing gas prices. And that would effectively take the wind out of a forceful Republican line of attack -- that the president is to be blamed for $4 a gallon gas, arguably the most visible price in the American economy today.
THANKS TO THE EPA, get ready for higher gas prices. “Closure of the St. Croix refinery may well effect U.S. domestic gasoline prices adversely, particularly on the East Coast.... A clean and healthy environment is good, but there ar... Read Post
The White House has announced President Obama is cancelling some of his campaign travel Monday as Hurricane Sandy is expected to veer on to the East Coast. The president is getting out of Washington, D.C., Sunday, earlier than plan... Read Post