[Audi-VW-Diesels] Re: [Vwdiesel] Those anti-SUV ads
hseaver at cybershamanix.com
Sun Jan 12 18:26:25 EST 2003
On Sun, Jan 12, 2003 at 04:51:00PM -0500, LBaird119 at aol.com wrote:
> > > Government money would be better spent helping the refiners convert with
> > > incentives. The cost of conversion is easier to swallow over the course
> > > of years than overnight.
> > Overnight? It has been years already. They've had plenty of time, and
> > still more time yet.
> Scott's not saying they haven't or don't have time. He's saying that the
> government will demand a more or less, instant changeover rather than
> a gradual one, which would cost much less and cause less "growing
> pains." Like we had with the "low sulfur" diesel thing that ate a lot of
> pumps a few years back.
No, they've been given a date (seems like it's 2006, but I'm not
positive) that it has to be done by. There's no reason they couldn't have
started the changeover a long, long time ago. If they wait until the last
minute, that's their tough luck. Frankly, I'd really like to see Big Oil get put
in a serious hurt situation -- like all the gov't subsidies taken away from
them, especially the military. If it weren't for those subsidies, especially the
gov't foreign policies and US troops in the Middle East, then 9/11 would never
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