Colossally Stupid or Evil Beyond Articulation or Both

Posted by freedomforall 2 weeks, 4 days ago to Politics
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"Private jets are neat. They are something most of us would love to have. But most of us can’t afford one, so we fly commercial – assuming we can endure that.

Fewer people can afford a private jet right now – or for that matter, a ticket on a commercial airplane – precisely because of the economic catastrophe created by the very regime that is pushing electric cars as hard as it is pushing drugs.

The entry-level electric car that cost $40,000 last year costs substantially more this year even if its sticker price hasn’t changed because the cost of everything else has increased by roughly 20 percent over the course of this year. Very few people are making 20 percent more to make up for it. Rough math, they therefore have about 20 percent less in the way of spending power, courtesy of the very regime that is pushing everyone to pay twice as much for their next car, the mandated electric car."

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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 2 weeks, 3 days ago
    I liked this candor and truth ...Workers weren’t being thrown out of work for refusing to become voodoo dolls to be stuck with pins by their employers, who’ve become the willing helpers of the pharmaceutical cartels that seized control of the regime, which they helped to “elect.”
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 2 weeks, 3 days ago
    I worked for an Executive V.P. for nine years and I only knew him to ride on the company planes once when I dispatched one to pick up him and a friend who'd lost a son and they had driven a long way from Houston to try to recover his body. I felt they were stressed enough without needing to drive back. I sent a youngster along to drive his car back home. But when he flew on the airlines he always sat in 'Tourist' not 'First Class'.
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