Anybody who spends their own money for the basic necessities know this intuitively, but to see this represented graphically is instructive. A 12 oz. box of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes have gone from $2.99 in 2008 to $3.79 in 2011, a 27% increase.
The media, of course, are silent about the inflation that we see every day.
The following are snapshots of average prices from the beginning of the Obama presidency to present.
See a pattern?
Four more years? Sorry. Can’t afford it.
Add these to the costs of powering your home and your Chevy Volt…
And gasoline prices after your Volt has gone off of coal powered electricity at the end of its 26 miles range??
Not so good. Like I had to tell you that.
These soaring prices might explain the irratic charts for wine and beer. It looks like Americans are freaking out about the nature of life under this president.
America appears to be on an Obama induced bender.
We’re one election and a twelve step program away from recovery as a nation.