Anonymous said: Yahoo post about Tesla ban contains assumption that existing auto manufacturers (as opposed to dealers) prefer or don't want to disturb dealership model, without positing why that is so. David Brinkman
good point. cant always get it all in and miss plenty.
The “Bite Me” Stage of US Politics
We’ve reached the “bite me” stage in US politics where every iota is reported and analyzed while politicians say “so do something about it.”
Christie has zero qualms neglecting constituents on the George Washington Bridge because he knows that as long as he’s scoring contributions from the likes of the NJ Coalition of Automotive Retailers then he’ll have cash in his coffers to support endless voter decision management i.e. campaigning.
Make no mistake though, ultimately its our fault, the citizens who vote.
My gut is that the millenials, so maligned, who will be the ones to break this chain as the first cohort to come of age during the information age, who will recognize well financed campaign propaganda and fear appeal for what it is - who will disrupt these two party shennaniburgers.