Patch drives around town alot. And literally, from one afternoon to an evening we saw gas prices jump from about $3.99 at Hess to nearly $4.15 at another Bayport station and then Hess following suit the next day.
And yet no public protests, or outcry for a 'no gas day' or grassroots push back at the pump.
What's your take on the recent spike in price? Do you think it's election related or just the Middle East sending a message or a clear indication that the U.S. has to get its act together on solar and non-oil technologies?
Take the poll and comment below and we'll tally up feedback early next week.