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Hear Energy Expert Dr. Daniel Fine on the I Spy Radio program talking energy speculation, Shale Gas&Oil,Elections 2012
This Week on I Spy on Salem

So who's to blame for those high gas prices at the pump? Obama? George W. Bush? Oil speculators?

But a much larger puzzle is America's energy resources and our energy policy. We talk with Dr. Daniel Fine, an associate with the New Mexico Center for Energy to get a handle on all of this.

What role do speculators have in the oil prices? Is it all just more of the "blame game" by Obama? But what role does he have in it?

And if Republicans are secretly hoping high gas prices might hurt Obama's re-election campaign, find out why they may be in for a big surprise.

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