* Specter of $4 gasoline stokes consumer worries * Drilling, alternative vehicles no quick fix By Matthew Robinson NEW YORK, April 29 (Reuters) - For many oil traders, the growing storm of Washington rhetoric over near record oil prices has all the relevance of a good piece of fiction -- fine entertainment, but nothing more. Unlike Don Quixote's imaginary giants, the villain of $4 gasoline prices is real. However, efforts to combat oil prices by President Barack Obama and his ...
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