January 4, 2012

Obama Motors Is on Fire--Literally

Editorial, Investor's Business Daily


jalopnik.com

President Obama's electric car vision is off to a hot start. First the heavily subsidized Chevy Volt started catching fire. Then government-backed Fisker Automotive had to recall all its cars due to a fire hazard. . .

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TAGGED: Energy Subsidies, Chevy Volt, Transportation, Electric Vehicles, Investors Business Daily

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