90% of us are paying more now than a year ago.
In my small town, we usually are considerably less than the national average retail gasoline price.
We're almost exactly $3/gallon right now, and will undoubtedly keep rising with the upward spiraling oil prices.
Combine this with the skyrocketing food prices, and it equals an economic crisis that few are hearing about from the "mainstream media".
"These are not the droids you are looking for....."
Gas Prices Up for Nearly All; 70% Expect $4-A-Gallon Gas by July