I am sure that this will stir up some minds, but some things just need to be said. Our governments decision to drill now for oil is a bit too late. I have been in the drilling industry for 17 years now. We have a big problem in the drilling end of things. Our problem is that we can open every square mile of the U.S. for drilling and it will not do us a bit of good. The drilling industry is drilling at full capacity now and we have been for several years now. When the last down turn in the U.S. drilling came about. Drilling companies moved the rigs overseas. I work for a U.S. company with almost 100 rigs, only 15 are in the U.S.. Companies are building new rigs everyday. 1 in 10 will work in the U.S. Deepwater drilling is where the future is at for us. The drawback is that is gets expensive to drill in deepwater. The rigs take longer to build. We are having a very hard time finding people to man the rigs also. It doesn't do a company any good to invest 720 million dollars in a rig that has no people to run it. When it cost more to drill a well, it cost more for the oil that they get. 10 years ago, we were drilling wells for 3 to 6 million dollars. My rig is drilling a well right now and we are 37 million for this one well. There is no way that they can sell the oil for $60 a barrel at that cost to drill. The moral of the story is that oil is not going down. I will go up and down, but on an upward trend. It is only going to get worse and prices higher.