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Saturday, July 26 

Oil Prices - My Story

Opponents of domestic drilling keep telling us that we can't drill our way out of this. I concur, domestic drilling is not the ultimate long-term solution.

However, three weeks ago I paid $4.21/gallon to fill up my car. Shortly thereafter, President Bush lifted the executive ban on offshore drilling. This morning I paid $3.79/gallon to fill up.

Question, if merely talking about domestic drilling brings the price of gas down $.42 a gallon, what impact do you think actually drilling the oil and putting it into the supply would have?

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