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Let’s travel back in time to the summer of the year 2000. Gas prices were at a low of 99.9 cents per gallon and averaged $1.27 at the end of December. The national debt was being paid down. We weren’t at war, the economy was stable, Medicare and Social Security weren’t being threatened with cuts, there was no bank crisis, America had a year end surplus in the national budget and the unemployment level was acceptable.
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