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Drill, Baby, Drill! Not the Answer

Every time the US price of gasoline heads north, we get the same refrain.

The extra amount of oil that would be produced by the US is teeny-tiny compared with what is world actually consumes.

It would help out with the job scene, but gas prices not so much.

“More production from anywhere would tend to lower prices,” said Adam Sieminski, chief energy economist at Deutsche Bank. “But the amount that we’re talking about domestically, it wouldn’t move gas prices from $4 a gallon to $3.”

So, what is a mother to do anyway?

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