Thinking on this some more. Simple question for you. Let's say we could get the vast majority of drivers on board with this boycott to punish the gas companies and not buy fuel for 2 days a month from now.
You still have to drive the same number of miles on your commute. Are you going to fill up before those boycott days so you can still make it to work? We know you have to fill up after the boycott unless you are managing to stockpile some fuel or stay home. If you stockpile, unless you steal it, the exact same money is going out of the same pocket into another exact same pocket at the pump.
Where and how does the net lower result to punish the gas companies come into play? How exactly will that work?
Here is the reality. Due to pricing, very few are doing much extra other than buying the fuel they need to. In other words, most folks are already ONLY buying the fuel they need to get by.
So again, what will actually be accomplished?
You feel like you are sticking it to the big bad mean oil companies. That must count, right? Right?