The Price of Gas in Aspen
ASPEN -- Sen. John McCain likes to keep current, so he has lately adjusted his standard stump speech to reflect declining oil prices.
Where he used to rail about $4 gasoline, he now rails about $3.75 gasoline.
But that figure drew unintended laughter and wistful comments about days gone by when McCain used it Thursday in a session at the Aspen Institute.
That's because a gallon of regular will set you back $5.10 at the Conoco station in the heart of the trendy town. Not surprisingly, there are no billboard-like signs out front advertising the prices. If you have to ask...
Posted at 12:25 PM ET on Aug 15, 2008
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