Sure… you can have the vehicle, but the gas will cost you plenty! Printer companies have been working it like this for years.
Payne’s upset that he doesn’t know how to make electric vehicle look sexy, OR make a lot of noise and pollution.
Henry’s been hitting the airplane glue again.
^ Another example of Payne ‘not playing with a full deck!’
When did Biden promise "a free $100,000 Hummer 4 every American? When did Biden claim that such a deal would solve climate and the poverty crisis? Putting false words in people’s mouths only makes you the liar…
If there is a stupid cartoon with a car in it, count on Payne to be at the center of it.
You remember back in the Bush admin when Hummers went tax free to corporations?
You ever notice that the only time Payne isn’t saying things totally dishonest and ignorant is when he’s not making any sense at all?
Does it occur to anyone in the US that EV’s are still reliant on roads, roads and more bloody roads? Surely, for better results, cheaper, more reliable, electric, public transport would be a better solution? Faster electric suburban trains, better neighbourhood bus services, and a more integrated service would suit the communities better?
Actually, the payment going to families with children will have a much better effect… and it will cost a lot less than what this silly idiocy would cost if real.
PS: How would owning a giant electric vehicle reduce poverty? You’d have to sell it. But everybody already HAS one…
PPS: There’s no possible way to build that many batteries in the next dozen years.
PPPS: What about folks who have no drivers license? Nowhere to park.
Pack your generator where ever you go
The market is moving toward the demand for electric vehicles; it’s called supply and demand capitalism. It’s also moving away from coal, and the miners refuse to notice the decline began a century ago. Government can’t change it.
I never know what this guy is talking about….
If only it were that simple. Which it isn’t.
Even Elon Musk has pointed out that we currently don’t have the electrical generating capacity to support a nation full of EV’s.
The tax code says you can deduct up to $25,000 a year for a vehicle that weighs over 6,000 pounds, which includes the Porsche Cayenne… or Tesla …been around for years….
Inaccurate and inane once again, Payne. Neither witty nor observant. But typical….
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