I was born in 65 in a small town in central Cali. My pop owned his own business till he died in 97. I remember him telling me to go to college, and that being a small business owner was becoming tougher every year due to regulations at every level of government. He paid for my college fees, in cash, because on paper he had too many assets. Now, illegal aliens have access to financial aid for college.
If my pop was around today he would have plenty to say about the situation we find ourselves in. Thing is, he would have found away to keep the business successful.
As for vehicles? I still drive the Ford F-100 my pop bought new in 1974 Ranger for $3,200.450,00 plus miles. Third engine; 460ci and 10 miles to the gallon. Yup, we need to get the gubmint out of the way, and let small, American owned companies create an industry that produces $1.50 a gallon fuel. No matter what the hte filled liberals say, it can be done!

Cowboy Press

If you’re someone who thinks that things were better in America before, you would be right.

The following are 40 facts that show that America is in decline….

#1 Back in 1985, 11 million vehicles were sold in America.  In 2009, only 5.4 million vehicles were sold in America.

#2 In 1990, the median age of a vehicle in the United States was just 6.5 years.  Today, the median age of a vehicle in the United States is approximately 10 years.

#3 The average price of a gallon of gasoline in 2011 has been $3.50.  That is a new all-time record.  The previous record was $3.24 in 2008.

#4 The average American household will have spent an astounding $4,155 on gasoline by the time the year is over.

#5 The number of children in the United States without a permanent home has increased by 38 percent since…

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  1. One Guy 2012
    Mar 08, 2012 @ 08:57:50

    I filled up my wife’s 1997 Honda Civic last night. I have the receipt right here. Check this:

    PPG: $4.039

    Gallons: 9.2

    Total: $37.16

    This is from a gas station in a New England state. Yikes.


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