Headline predictions

Given the Venezuela shortfall in crude and refined products and the war uncertainties, I predict the following headlines in the next 6 months:1. American consumers revolt about high pump prices.2. American consumers demand price fixing and/or price ceilings.3. Congress passes some form of a price cap or rollback.4. American consumers complain of long lines at the pump, gasoline shortages, and possible rationing.I thought I'd maybe save you some time, just having these all laid out for you when the time comes to print 'em. I believe No. 1 and No. 2 are on the verge of happening now.Funny how history just keeps repeating.Kurt DekkerPLBM GamesCosta Mesa, Calif.

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