Sorry. I don't change definitions whenever I feel like to suit my ideological bias. You do.That it?
So? That's not nationalized. By your argument, every industry is nationalized since government controls access and permits.He has the personal authority to control who drills where and who looks where for what.
Yawn. More ideological vomit without basis in reality.Since the Left's goal in nationalizing the American oil industry is nothing more or less than the closing of it, the President's exercise of power to increasing restrict drilling sites is all they need or want to do at this time.
Obsolete = Bogus? There you go again. Defining words however you feel like with no regard for their actual definition. Stick to their actual definitions or put a disclaimer that you aren't using English.No, it's a bogus car because it's technology was obsolete the day the stupid thing was revealed on the market. Outside of the rubber wheels and motor-thingy, it's no different in concept than the million candle-power spot light I have plugged into the wall for later use when I want to signal the crew on the space station or blind airline pilots, even though what I really use it for is to signal other boats that my sail boat is HERE, just in case they don't see all the other lights in the rigging.
So all batteries and battery systems are identical?But, it's got a battery, it's got a charger, it turns AC into DC, it runs down, and one of these days I'll have to replace the whole spotlight because it won't be economical to replace the battery.
You seem to subscribe to the notion of finite wealth that can never grow. And you say I need to learn economics. One must wonder how you think that the size of the pie can never increase.Yes.
Learn economics someday. Money doesn't grow on trees. It has to be stolen from someone else first before one useless company can be subsidized over another.