Sam Olens, chairman of the Cobb Board of Commissioners, spent 45 minutes on Sunday waiting to fill up the tank in his wife’s car, which was near empty. On Monday morning, Olens said he believed the state was not doing enough to address the gas crisis.
“The state should mandate an odd-even license plate or like system to discourage residents from trying to top off their fuel tank every day,” Olens said.
Had Perdue just let the markets work instead, things would have been fine. Same with this bailout, which is all goes back to government interference in the mortgage business through Fannie Mae.
All these people who want more regulations are the same people who screwed it up in the first place.