http://money.cnn.com/2008/08/06/news/economy/fuel/index.htm?cnn=yes "Gasoline prices at the pump fell nationwide for the 20th straight day, pushing the average price down more than 25 cents, according to a survey of gas station credit card swipes released Wednesday. Regular unleaded gas fell 0.9 cent to a nationwide average of $3.862 a gallon, according to a survey from motorist advocacy group AAA. Prices hit a record high of $4.114 at the pump on July 16, according to AAA..." Well..., looks like that new drilling we're doing in Alaska and the Gulf have finally caused the gas prices to come down. Whew! That was a close one! Looks like all that extra oil we got from the new drilling rules finally paid off. Took twenty days but it was worth it. Ya see? It had nothing to do with speculation or market demand! FU(K the CARIBOU!