1. If you truly believe that price gouging is happening, you should notify the state’s lead attorney or something. Maybe they could do something about it.
2. Perhaps rather than accusing others of not acting, you should take action yourself. Perhaps you have an idea how to save residents of Massachusetts (remember us?) money at the pump. Maybe you could make a statement about the T fare hikes beyond ‘fares shouldn’t go up’? How do you intend to keep the fares down without putting the T in even further debt?
3. In your wildest dreams, do you have any ideas for alternative energy development in Massachusetts? You’re against Cape Wind, we know that, but do you have any active suggestions?