November 21, 2023

The Trojan Remuda

This from Nikki Grace:

"Here are the facts. Despite decades of government spending on public transportation,

costing untold billions of taxpayer dollars, a pathetic 3 percent of Americans use it to commute to work, according to the Census Bureau. That number cracks 5 percent in just four states — New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Illinois. Nationwide, Americans are 25 times more likely to commute using their personal vehicle than they are to use mass transit"

Tim adds:

That's why they are pushing electric vehicles and the rest of this "green" nonsense; it is to force Americans out of those cars by tricking us into buying them then ending the subsidies making them affordable and at the same time they will probably impose safety regulations driving the price up. Once the gas cars are gone the public will have only one option- public transportation. Then they will move back into the cities and be penned like cattle. That's the overarching scheme, in my opinion. Trojan horses to round up the cattle.

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Posted by: clara167 at November 22, 2023 03:18 AM (+vXXL)

2 At least in my cold area -- Minnesota -- I see maybe two or three Teslas per day when out driving. There might also be a few fully-electric Fords, GMs and others (they don't stand out so I can't recognize them). But it's obvious that people in this area, at least, are not rushing to buy them, and I will predict that after the current crop of them wears out, most people will not replace them with another EV. I can't say how they are selling in the South, where people don't need to worry about their performance in cold weather.

I still think that by and large, they are toys for the rich, or maybe a good third car. I can't imagine wanting one for general use.

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 24, 2023 11:16 PM (U7481)

3 I see few of them here in St. Louis. Perhaps in Texas or Florida there may be more.

Dana, I can't imagine who would be nuts enough to spend the money for one in Minnesota. Seems to me you would have to garage them when not in use and heat the garage to keep 'em going. At least you would have to have a heater in the engine compartment, like they do in Alaska.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 25, 2023 09:17 AM (KEGU7)

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