Max Heim SEZ -
> Essentially, the whole SUV phenomenon is an aberration, created not by
> customer choice but by the inevitable workings of an ill-conceived, lopsided
> regulatory structure. The failure of the government to correct this obvious
> loophole, which defies both reason and the public interest, in the face of
> (understandable, if self-interested) industry resistance is a sad commentary
> on the current state of our political system.
If it defies reason and public interest, then why is the public
voting, with their pocketbooks, against such regulated vehicles,
and for SUVs? If there's anything sad here, it's government's
insistance on over-regulating the automotive industry to the point
that innovative, small companies like MG can't afford to enter
the US market.
David Breneman | And on the tree a star,
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