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  • 04-12-2016 02:04 PM
    MrDenton

    Are most Volt owners Democrats

    I was a republican until yesterday. Now I'm just a pissed off veteran that feels completely abandoned by our career politicians. As far as I'm concerned, our forefathers would be shooting by now.
    I owned a civic Gx for 9 years. It ran flawlessly for 293,000 miles. I sold it to my neighbor when I decided I wanted more creature comforts. With a 1,000 a week commute I wanted something easy on my wallet, that still could run solo in the HOV lane, I have solar panels on my roof so why not take advantage of those and most of all...no more range anxiety.
    Needless to say, whatever good this car is doing for the environment, these two are nullifying its efforts.
  • 04-12-2016 12:49 PM
    jmcmath
    Quote Originally Posted by Clintonfitz View Post
    I believe that our common interest in the environment, against Big Oil, and for a more efficient/clean way of driving is what has driven most to buy a Volt.
    I have no party, and for all I care both can burn. Personally best described as Left-wing libertarian I guess.


    I'm a scientist, so as of this moment the GOP is pissing me off more but the enemy of my enemy is not close to being my friend.
  • 04-12-2016 11:20 AM
    kohnen
    Quote Originally Posted by Ladogaboy View Post
    I'm going to make an assumption here, but statistically, a very low percentage of college-educated Republicans support Trump. What's your degree in?

    Ph. D. Electrical Engineering.
  • 04-12-2016 02:24 AM
    Ladogaboy
    Quote Originally Posted by kohnen View Post
    I'll tell you what: I'm a life-long Republican, but I will *NOT* vote for Trump.
    I'm going to make an assumption here, but statistically, a very low percentage of college-educated Republicans support Trump. What's your degree in?
  • 04-12-2016 02:03 AM
    kohnen
    I'll tell you what: I'm a life-long Republican, but I will *NOT* vote for Trump.
  • 03-18-2016 11:15 PM
    madmike
    Social issues left leaning, fiscal issues lean towards right. Usually not happy with either parties candidate
  • 03-17-2016 09:19 PM
    Tomt
    Too bad that Independent was not an option...
  • 01-20-2016 10:50 PM
    HEYOPEC
    Not this one, 364 days left of him
  • 09-25-2015 02:18 PM
    Slapshot28
    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Dave View Post
    It pains me to click huffpost links but I did. Since it talks about DuPont I did a search on what they're doing and came up with this from their Biofuels Digest site:

    http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdiges...ize-waste-co2/

    I'm liking this a lot.
    Not meaning to throw cold water (all the time), the sentence above the one you quoted reads,

    The company’s technology is not aimed at capture — it would work with any existing carbon capture strategy. It’s goal is to be logistically simple and low cost — a drop-in complement acquired on-site and used on-site, at a relatively low cost.
    So, this company's technology is targeted at novel ways to use CO2, not to collect it. In my view, collecting CO2 so that it is useful for something is the big challenge.
  • 09-25-2015 12:47 AM
    mountainman
    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/8166796

    It pains me to link huffpost but a good example nonetheless of previous successes. Especially for Reagan lovers.
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