Gas Prices are Still to High

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Mark Riley, CEO of InTouch, Inc., is proud to announce the grand opening of a new web site http://www.TooHighGas.com. This site is dedicated to lowering gas prices even more.

Mark Riley, CEO of InTouch, Inc., is proud to announce the grand opening of a new web site http://www.TooHighGas.com. This site is dedicated to lowing gas prices even more.

By forcing the oil companies to truly compete in the market place, Americans will see lower gas prices. This is the only way prices will be as low as they can go. http://www.TooHighGas.com is set up to organize Americans so that we can bring about true competition for our business at the pump.

The oil companies have lowered prices proving they have been over charging Americans. The Exxon Mobil Corporation posted $18,760,000,000.00 ($18.76 billion dollars) in profit for the first six month of 2006 further proving Americans have been over charged. Because of the fear of alternative fuels, the oil companies have lower gas prices to keep from loosing market share. Let us organize millions of people to change the way oil companies get our business at the pumps.

This site could even be considered the modern day Robin Hood. For all the poor people that can barely afford the gas to drive to work, spending a few hundred or more a year less on gas would help a lot. There are places in this world that can drive a car for almost a year for what Americans have spent on a tank full. The oil companies can cut their prices considerably and still make a profit. This web site will help Americans find out how low gas prices can go.

http://www.TooHighGas.com could even continue to strengthen our economy and help the American Auto Industry. Both of which the oil companies have helped weakened. It could help truckers save thousand of dollars on fuel a year and lower the cost of the products they deliver to Americans every day.

Let everyone visit http://www.TooHighGas.com and consider participating. Registration is free.

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