Gas prices are declining because consumption is declining. Consumption is declining because we have had two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. The reason unemployment is so low and everything costs so much is because the economy is over stimulated (primarily due to the American Rescue Plan, which was not needed). The last thing the economy needs right now is another government spending plan like the Inflation Reduction Act.
What you are missing is the tremendous loss in wealth that has hit the middle class in the past six months. Unemployment is low, but wages are not keeping up with inflation, which has resulted in a reduction in personal savings, an increase in household debt, an increase in foreclosures, etc. The stock market is down about 15-30% at a time when prices have increased close to 10% (meaning people who were invested in stocks (which is most middle class Americans) effectively have 25-40% less wealth in their retirement accounts than a year ago when adjusted for inflation. Their homes are likely worth far less than a year ago (especially when adjusted for inflation), primarily due to rising interest rates (which are pushing up mortgage rates). In summary: Unemployment may be low (for now), but everything you own is likely worth about 15-30% less than it was a year ago due to the effects of inflation. The middle class is getting absolutely hammered and you are cheering it on.