PRESIDENT OBAMA'S POLICIES WON'T LOWER GAS PRICES, BUT WE WILL
Madison—Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin has taken President Obama’s failing economic and energy policies into its own hands, pledging to ease Wisconsinites’ pain at the pump by returning to $1.84 gasoline.
“When President Obama took office in January 2009, gas cost just $1.84 per gallon,” said AFP-Wisconsin State Director Luke Hilgemann. “Because of the president’s failing economic and energy policies, we’ve seen gas prices go as high as $4 per gallon recently.”
To help relieve the pain at the pump and show Wisconsinites that there is a better way, AFP-Wisconsin will be paying the difference for you Tuesday, October 30th from 11am to 3pm at the Mount View Mobil Station (County Road NN exit on I-39) in Wausau.
Be one of the first 300 cars to show up, and AFP-WI will help remind you what it was like to fill up before President Obama took office, and to put grassroots pressure on the President to get serious about reducing energy prices.
“President Obama’s failing agenda has had a disastrous effect on the pocketbooks of Wisconsin families for almost four years,” said Hilgemann. “By reminding drivers how different things were just a few short years ago, we can continue to show folks that by embracing energy independence and economic freedom, we can get America back on track.”
Under President Obama, domestic energy production has hit an all-time low. By failing to achieve American energy independence and pursuing short-sighted economic policies, the president has helped send gas prices through the roof across Wisconsin.