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Electric Cars: The Environmentally Friendly Way of Losing Money Since 2009

Ken5061 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 10:25 AM
Yes, but oil well owners everywhere thanks him for inflating the price they get for oil, Rich Arabs, Rich Americans, Rich Pinko Red Commie Rats. It doesn't matter, they all get the same price for the same oil. So what's really going on? Why is Obama/Strange-Chu enriching the already filthy rich lucky oil owners, or even gas station owners are they all foreign owned now? Little known fact, at the turn of the century there were more electric cars on the road than gas powered. Spark ignition engines won the competition easily. Batteries have always been the weak link and have improved little and only recently, if depending on China is improved.
Roger168 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 2:04 PM
I say this as a friend. You need to do your homework about the factors that affect oil pricing. Start with the effects of currency inflation of the US dollar. Add the government intrusion into the energy providers in general, and the petroleum industry in particular. Next, study how the politicians behind all of this earned their wealth and find out where their allegiances lie. Use your common-sense poligraph to determine their lie index. Then you will discover who the "Rich Pinko Commie Rats" really are.
One final suggestion. Name-calling never moves the minds of others toward your point of view. Instead, it defines their opinion of you and destroys the credibility of anything you say or write. Do not go there.

A Congressional Budget Office report released in the fall tells Obama what the rest of us have known for some time: Your bet on electric cars wasn’t an investment, but a gamble; a dumb gamble.

And now you’ve just come up snake eyes.

“Despite the federal government pumping $7.5 billion into the electric vehicle industry in the United States through 2019,” writes the, “overall national gasoline consumption is unlikely to be significantly affected, according to a report released by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).”

The CBO says that even if Obama increased the amount of the subsidy, it...

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