Inquiring Photographer

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:52

    Is there anything the President can do about gas prices? "I don't know that there's anything that the president can do. The real problem is the refineries. We just don't have enough of them." William St. John, Central Valley "Explore other natural fuel alternatives." Pat Dineen, Central Valley "I imagine there would be, besides releasing oil reserves -- lowering taxes so there'd be more money for gas." Eric Stopanio, Central Valley "No. It goes against basic economic principles." Scott Johannemann, Highland Mills (economics teacher, Monroe-Woodbury High School) "I think they all lied to us. There are some things they're not telling us, such as, there's uncapped fuel in West Virginia that we're not using." Mike Halcomb, Sterling Forest "The political base should not favor lobbyists. And they can look into developing alternate forms of energy and developing public forms of transportation." Kathleen Andersen, Highland Mills