Heve you paid attention to the price of gas at the pump lately?
It's headed, up, up, up.
The price of oil is predicted to reach $75.00 per barrel.
Those are Obama's gas prices you're watching now.
Those are Obama's prices you're paying.
And the President doesn't seem to mind one bit that the prices are headed up.
In fact, he and his friends want you to pay more for gas because they feel you're using too much of it. They want you to pay more so you will use less. At least that's their theory; their plan.
Watch the prices go up.
And watch the dollars flow out of your pocket.
Day by day and week by week and month by month - you're paying more.
Save 62.5 Cents/Gallon At The Gas Pump This Summer
Thirty-seven years ago during the 1973 Oil Crisis we developed a liquid fuel enhancer. We call it MPG50. When added to gasoline or diesel fuel, it provides many benefits including a gas mileage boost of 25% to 50%, a several point octane boost and up to 90% exhaust pollution reduction. It is extremely cost-effective and widespread use of MPG50 could cut American dependence on foreign oil by 35%.
It's a No-Brainer: Buy a $25 trial bottle of MPG50 and you get a $40 Gasoline Rebate Voucher good at any gas station in North America. So, you make a $15 profit for trying MPG50. And, with $2.50/gallon gas prices a bottle of MPG50 will save you 62.5 cents/gallon, and since one bottle treats 160 gallons, you will get $100 more in gas or diesel fuel savings.
Our Affiliate Plan also gives Americans a multi-billion dollar economic stimulus plan which could immediately put millions of Americans to work with no increase to the Federal deficit. As an Affiliate, you can make a good living wage & there is no cost for the business (Simply agree to buy one bottle of MPG50/month to qualify for commissions). See http://MPG50.com
You can not only save, but also earn, big $$$ marketing MPG50 as the world prices of gasoline & diesel fuel climb higher & higher.
Affiliate signup: http://ebizac.com/affiliates/register.php?id=2373
God Bless America
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