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So, snarkipants, have you driven both vehicles? I have, and emarineves is right. The Volt is a way better ride.
Ooooh! Conservatives liking the French about a social something. That's new. It was actually more around 340,000, not a million. http://www.france24.com/en/20130113-huge-crowds-rally-paris-against-gay-marriage
Ooooh! Conservatives liking the French about a social something. That's new.
http://www.catholic.org/national/national_story.php?id=49412 "The memos discuss things such as keeping an accused priest out of the state for fear of arrest and prosecution, both criminal and civil, as well as discussions related to priests who were known pedophiles. Several pedophile priests were sent to rehabilitation programs [by Mahoney] in the 1980s. Authorities were never contacted." Uh, who's lying?
Uh, they did. But my mistake. Reuters isn't a liberal blog. "[The] U.S. Export-Import Bank approved a Ford loan guarantee to finance $3.1 billion in exports of cars and trucks to customers in Canada and Mexico. The bank's loan guarantee will cover more than 200,000 Ford vehicle exports, representing 15 percent of the company's 2009 production."
Well, we can start with Cardinal Roger Mahoney ... http://www.catholic.org/national/national_story.php?id=49412
People around here seem to care. The Volt would have come out whether Obama won in 2008, or McCain. What's more, W., not Obama, signed the tax credit for the Volt (and the Leaf, the Tesla, the plug-in Prius etc.) "Private Enterprise works quite well when congress takes a 5 year vacation and that in itself would probably reduce the deficit and ultimately the debt." Yeah. Right.
Reuters. http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/08/05/us-obama-ford-idUSTRE6735KY20100805
Actually, the Volt goes 380 miles between fill-ups. It goes 35 or so miles between charges.
Where'd you get your EE degree? University of Phoenix?
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