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Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan

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Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« on: February 13, 2019, 11:13:57 AM »
Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan

Porsche’s new electric vehicle, the Taycan, is one only the wealthy can afford, yet taxpayers will be forced to foot the subsidy bill!

https://naturalgasnow.org/spread-wealth-among-wealthy-the-story-of-taycan/

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macal

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2019, 12:24:16 PM »

  Nat gas might be making that electricity. Its all good.

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ghrit

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2019, 12:29:09 PM »

  Nat gas might be making that electricity. Its all good.
Seriously?  Taxes pay the subsidies for the uber rich to buy and take advantage of us deplorables.  Nothing good about THAT.
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macal

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2019, 07:57:24 PM »

  I was talking about the free charging for 3 years. Not the subsidies. Regardless electric cars are coming.

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ghrit

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2019, 11:16:19 PM »

  I was talking about the free charging for 3 years. Not the subsidies. Regardless electric cars are coming.
Who is paying for the free charging? Is that not a subsidy?  I drive 100K miles in three years, you drive 30K, so I get a LOT more KWH for "free" than you do.  Fair, d'ya think?
« Last Edit: February 13, 2019, 11:20:18 PM by ghrit »
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riverrat

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2019, 11:25:20 PM »
didn't we hear that about the first electric car the chevy [ DON"T MAKE ANYMORE]   & how about all those hybrids sitting in car lots that no one will buy  they'll  be toys for the rich 

Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #6 on: February 14, 2019, 08:01:04 AM »
  I was talking about the free charging for 3 years. Not the subsidies. Regardless electric cars are coming.
So, those that can afford a new electric car every three years get "free charging" (aka free fuel) while they own it,  which charging is at least partially paid for by people who cannot afford a new electric car, but who would be forced to buy a used electric if that's all there is, paying another sales tax on the deal, and then paying for their own fuel for as long as they own it?  Clever...  Talk about a mean, green, political machine!!!

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macal

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #7 on: February 14, 2019, 08:03:17 AM »

  I was talking about the free charging for 3 years. Not the subsidies. Regardless electric cars are coming.
Who is paying for the free charging? Is that not a subsidy?  I drive 100K miles in three years, you drive 30K, so I get a LOT more KWH for "free" than you do.  Fair, d'ya think?

  The cost is somehow subsidized by the VW settlement for faking emissions on their diesel engines. Porsche and VW are corporate cousins.

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riverrat

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #8 on: February 14, 2019, 09:56:43 AM »
where is the logic that the vw money should go to subsidies  electric cars     subsidies for the rich  is this free electric to replace refund for buying electric cars   Which buy the way some slick talking electric car manufacture  already used up his share   

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ghrit

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2019, 10:21:19 AM »

  I was talking about the free charging for 3 years. Not the subsidies. Regardless electric cars are coming.
Who is paying for the free charging? Is that not a subsidy?  I drive 100K miles in three years, you drive 30K, so I get a LOT more KWH for "free" than you do.  Fair, d'ya think?

  The cost is somehow subsidized by the VW settlement for faking emissions on their diesel engines. Porsche and VW are corporate cousins.
Somehow?  Matters not a lot, the keyword is "subsidize".  In this case and nearly all others, it's a dot gov giveaway, unequally or unfairly spread around.  What happens when the pot of subsizing money from VW, Audi, and Porsche runs out?  Who pays for the three years of freebies then?

As a general rule, fines and penalties such as veedub was smacked with are intended to benefit the folks that were cheated.  Seems like you have other ideas.

matty, I've concluded that you are NOT the dumbest rock in the box, but thinking logically is not your forte'.
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Wax

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #10 on: February 16, 2019, 03:56:06 PM »
This must be the wrong forum. Most of you intellectuals, always favored tax cuts, for those who could not burn their money in a million years. What changed in this topic, makes no sense.  Union members who make a fair wage you despise. Yes! the rich hate unions and brainwashed the masses. IMO
In order to make America Great Again, cannot be done without the say of workers ! That means unions. Free healthcare, higher wages, and all around better benefits.  We are nearly back to the pre-union coal mining non-union era. Yes, Amazon gives you a plastic portable bathroom to carry while you work. Tyson issues adult diapers. My, we came a long way in work rules. All private contractors to avoid government work standards, including no time and one/half for overtime. Great country for Mexican work force. 

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ghrit

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #11 on: February 16, 2019, 05:10:07 PM »
Great country for Mexican work force.
That's exactly what we will have if we don't close the borders.  Throw in a few Somalis and Venezuelans for flavor.
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Wax

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2019, 01:26:27 PM »
Great country for Mexican work force.
That's exactly what we will have if we don't close the borders.  Throw in a few Somalis and Venezuelans for flavor.

Great country for Mexican work force.
By design of the 1%
Several Walmart stores tried to form a union. Remarkably those stores were closed and never re-opened. Walmart said they had major "plumbing issues".
Seeing they flushed the union idea down the sewer, little truth to the "plumbing issues".

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ghrit

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2019, 02:34:04 PM »
Great country for Mexican work force.
That's exactly what we will have if we don't close the borders.  Throw in a few Somalis and Venezuelans for flavor.

Great country for Mexican work force.
By design of the 1%
Several Walmart stores tried to form a union. Remarkably those stores were closed and never re-opened. Walmart said they had major "plumbing issues".
Seeing they flushed the union idea down the sewer, little truth to the "plumbing issues".
You can bet your last penny that the stores or management didn't try to form a union.  More likely some agitator, probably external random union paid (but possibly internal) organizer of the Obama flavor tried to get it going. 

Considering that the stores were built by questionable labor, union or otherwise, it comes as no surprise that there were plumbing "issues" that naturally occur after a few years in service.  Equally obvious the stores were not worth keeping open since the revenue wasn't enough to do proper maintenance.

Now that you've made the claim, can you document that the stores that failed to organize were really the ones that were closed?  That sort of generalization we usually get from other mattys, not you.
There are two kinds of ships.  Submarines and targets.
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riverrat

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Re: Spread the Wealth Among the Wealthy: The Story of the Taycan
« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2019, 05:15:07 PM »
Wax I know you love unions but there are a lot of poorly run unions just like there are poorly run business   Biggest problem is unions have no power & they've let down more workers then they helped especially in the private sector to many people our there & family members have been let down by  unions  People believe & are lead to believe Unions can do more then they are able to.    It's to bad unions & employers can't work hand in hand because the unions could do the necessary training needed to fulfill  all the job openings   That way the employer wouldn't have to foot the bill for training workers with there being a chance of them balling after training      A lot of construction unions make you sign a paper that you will repay training cost if you go to work for someone that's not covered by agreement.  could solve a lot of problems   but it would mean both parties relinquishing some of there power