- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Everybody seems to have gas nowadays — on their minds, that is, but will $4 plus a gallon prices clinch it for Sen. Barack Obama come the November elections? Ralph Z. Hallow tells Donald Lambro in today’s episode of Two Guys in a Newsroom.

Lambro says gasoline prices matter because they effect the whole economy, but Sen. John McCain claims to have some answers, and he says Obama would bring us a second Jimmy Carter administration. Hallow says Carter was actually pretty conservative on economics, deregulating airlines, trucking and Richard Nixon’s controls and regulations on oil and gas. So attempting to paint Obama as Carter II may not work. Lambro agrees. What do you think? Post your view.

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