The Shot Heard ‘Round the World? by Eric Peters

Sometimes, when backed into a corner, even the most craven of corporations will oppose the government. From Eric Peters at

Is it bravery – at last – or desperation?

Both sometimes conspire to the same effect, the instinct to survive being overpowering.

GM, FiatChrysler, Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru and Hyundai/Kia apparently want to survive. They have just announced they are opposed to what is doggedly and dishonestly portrayed as “clean” vehicles by the Fake News media.

They might as well have done a blackface skit – as far as the predictable eruption of feigned outrage in the usual quarters. Typical was this effusion from Senator Tom Carper of Delaware:

“Instead of choosing the responsible path forged by four automakers (he means Ford, Honda, VW and BMW) and the state of California, one that will move us (he means force us) toward the cleaner (a lie; bear with) alternative fuel vehicles of the future (oy vey) these companies have chosen to head down a dead-end road.”

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One response to “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World? by Eric Peters

  1. Pingback: The Shot Heard ‘Round the World? by Eric Peters — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC – uwerolandgross

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