Gasoline prices could keep falling

Good news from the USA Today:

“The only place they have to go is down,” says Fred Rozell, gasoline analyst at the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). “We’ll be closer to $2 than $3 come Thanksgiving.”

$2/gal isn’t bad at all, though “closer to $2” could mean $2.49/gal as opposed to $2.51/gal… ah, semantics.

That should mean better news for the economy too. It just goes to show how smarter technological innovation and the pressures of the free market make a better impact than government interference (or Democratic rhetoric).

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