Kerry wants more efficiency with our automobiles. I predict he'll win on this point in the debates, if it's capitalized upon. Why? Any energy saved because of more efficiently built autos is energy that could be directly invested in things elsewhere in the economy. The consumer price could go down, or the consumer price could go up proportionate to the amount of energy saved because of the increase in miles per gallon. Either way, somebody comes out with energy to be applied where now it's being wasted by every auto not up to standard. If the consumer spends less on fuel, they save, which increase their standard of living. If the price goes up proportionate with more efficient autos, either the energy company or the government could take the savings and apply it to more intelligent forms in our infrastructure. We could even distribute the energy savings. A little bit of savings for the consumer and some for the companies and some for the government would help all. The idiots behind limiting the mpg are simple energy wasting fools on all grounds. Anyone disagree or approve, that Kerry has got this point won in the debates hands down?