Bachmann Still Thinks Gas Prices Are President Obama's Fault

September 07, 2011 8:59 pm ET

From the September 7, 2011, GOP Reagan presidential debate on MSNBC:

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REP. MICHELE BACHMANN: The day President Obama took office, gasoline was $1.79 a gallon. It's entirely possible for us to get back to inexpensive energy. The problem is, energy is too high. Let's have a goal of bringing it down, because every time gasoline increases ten cents a gallon, that's $14 billion in economic activity that every American has taken out of their pockets. This is a great solution and this is the place to start with American job creation.

Previously:

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