Planerench wrote:....... >The tax credit was unconstitutional in my view. It deserves to die.
>>Pay as directly for the roads as possible and eliminate subsidies for everything. The fed will be our undoing.
>The fed is trying to make the country a cleaner place for all
. Moving away from fossil fuels needs to be encouraged at all levels. Of course we have fossil fuel advocates in gobmint so that is slow to happen.
The whole question of the EPA and Libertarians
is where I lose all interest. Who do they think benefits when you slash federal authority? Ordinary working class people have nothing to gain with that whole weird theory.
So you think having a national Net Metering Policy is a bad idea. WHY? Who gains and who loses?
>>And NO TAXES. Pay as you Play.
We install a transponder in every car and truck. Have sensors on every street light, stop light, mile of road, bridge and public parking space.
Drive past a street light at night (only charged at night to be fair )
Cha-Ching - $0.01.
Drive over a big bridge - cha ching - $1.50. Small bridge in the hood - cha ching - $0.20
Each mile of limited access highway - $0.02.5
That's the Lib version of the future, correct?
The important thing is No Taxes
Yes we start senseless wars, have 600 military bases around the world (why?)
, have prisons full of victimless criminals, etc. etc...
I wish voting mattered to change things. How can we change directions?
But this: "Eliminate the EPA and FDA and public education and welfare (let'em die in a ditch, right?)
, etc.",, in the name of saving a few bucks on your tax bill,,,,,
Well grow up
and be a member of a civil society and not a cheap ass pinching your pennies by decreasing you own imaginary tax bill.
Do you ever look at standard of living
and standard of happiness
studies around the world? Taxes can be factored into that. We are far from 1#. Same with health care....
'14 Spark EV 2LT w/ DCFC. 91k miles.
'17 Bolt Premier w/ It All! 59k miles.
GM needs Modern Troubleshooting tools for Modern EV's.
3 step Trouble Tree, 1st try, nope, 2nd try / cost $800. 3rd try fixed it.