With gasoline prices dropping a full 26 cents from where they were a month ago, a new era of confidence and hope washed over Americans this week, confirming the United States is once again the greatest nation in the world.
Arriving amidst an intractable 10-year military occupation of Afghanistan, the decreasing likelihood that workers will be able to retire at 65, and a wildly fluctuating stock market, today's announcement that the national average price of self-serve regular has fallen to $3.39 verified that the worries of the past are now officially behind us, and that the U.S. stands alone as the world's preeminent superpower.
My analysis suggests this was caused by a reduction job-killing regulations from the radical EPA.
Certainly what we have here is price gouging or predatory pricing on the part of consumers. Or maybe something is going on with that little x-graph-thingy we economists scribble on the white boards.