quote: There are plenty of solar companies making a profit without gov't assistance.
quote: Yes, they're all in China.
quote: A. No more subsidies for local solar companies, this stuff is a dead end let the Chinese have this market.
quote: B. Tax the crap out of the imports from companies caught dumping and increase taxes on all other solar imports.
quote: C. Increase investments in the solar industry or devise credits which favor products from local companies.
quote: I believe that if something is worth investing in, the free market will get there first. "Investment" implies you get a return. Instead all we've seen is government "investments" of our money going down a black hole of corruption and greed to never be seen again. I would, obviously, be against increasing this practice.
quote: Solar has been around for 40+ years. There are plenty of solar companies making a profit without gov't assistance.
quote: Herman Cain is just an old white guy in black sheep's clothing.
quote: I have a 97 Honda Civic DX that gets over 30 with 225, 000 miles on it but 55-60 is not believeable at all
quote: I suspect your odometer is off for whatever reason and the times you had lower MPG it was even lower than the OD suggested.
quote: I've wanted another GTO ever since my '68 died over 20 years ago.
quote: “Because of the subsidy, ethanol became cheaper than gasoline, and so we sent 397 million gallons of ethanol overseas last year.
quote: The blenders that make E10 fuel that is in wide use, and is a mix of 10% ethanol and 90% unleaded are getting a 4.5-cent-per-gallon tax credit. E85 is getting a credit of 38.25 cents per gallon under the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit or VEECT
quote: where's the crime?
quote: it wants the E85 blend to gain a new tax cut or the coalition warns the days of E85 might be numbered
quote: Because of the subsidy, ethanol became cheaper than gasoline, and so we sent 397 million gallons of ethanol overseas last year. America is simultaneously importing costly foreign oil and subsidizing the export of its equivalent.