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Vice President Joseph R. Biden may think the administration's energy policy is "the best it's ever been," but consumers don't agree. Customers outraged by high gas prices are turning to sticky notes to translate their fill-up frustrations into a political message. An anonymous customer left a Post-it on a gas pump at a Kroger store in Douglasville, Ga. "Hey there, voter!" the note reads. "Do you remember that on Inauguration Day [Jan 20] 2009, the national average for a gallon of gasoline was about $1.78? How's that 'Hope & Change' working out for you? Anyone But Obama Nov. 2012."
An Islamic group called Sharia4America plans to demonstrate near the White House on Thursday afternoon.