From: www.AmericanSolutions.com "Dear Friend, I just finished up a radio interview with Sean Hannity and I wanted to share with you some exciting news. I was on Sean's show to debut country music star Aaron Tippin's new single entitled "Drill Here, Drill Now." The song was inspired by our "Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less" movement and masterfully captures the pulse of Americans who are tired of paying too much for gas while Congress does nothing about it. You can listen to the interview here. As a country music fan, I've always known Aaron as an outspoken artist who takes a stand for hardworking Americans. And when I first heard his song, I knew it would become the rallying cry for more American-made energy. Just read the opening lines of the song and you'll see why: Hello.....Is anybody out there listenin' in Washington D.C. This is the suffering voice of America crying out for relief Now I don't know what a gallon of gas costs up on Capitol Hill But we sure know what it costs down here in Realityville If you're anything like me, once you hear this song you'll immediately want to forward it to your friends and family so they can hear it too. Can you help us make this song a huge hit by downloading it today and asking your local radio stations to play it? You can download or preview the song at www.AmericanSolutions.com/DrillSong . A powerful collision between pop culture and politics, this terrific song is sure to take America's airwaves - and Capitol Hill - by storm. Thank you for everything you do. Your friend, Newt Gingrich P.S. In light of President Bush's July announcement to eliminate the executive ban on offshore drilling, the U.S. Minerals Management Service has decided to initiate a new plan to increase energy production on the outer continental shelf (OCS). As part of the regulatory process, the agency is calling for public comments on offshore oil and gas development through September 15, 2008. In the meantime, unfortunately, Congress is planning votes on bills that would actually make all or part of the offshore drilling ban permanent. Take immediate action by clicking here and letting your voice be heard in favor expanding American offshore energy production."