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Well, according to the graph, the request does not justify the cost. Chrysler is making the right call on this one.
Makes for a very good conspiracy or agenda not indicative of free enterprise, targeting a specific company and all.freshforged said:fairly thorough take down of the NHTSA request. Every time a news outlet talks about this issue it should include the fact that the NHTSA cannot point to a single defect in the design or construction, let alone the statistical evidence which might support their request.
That is some logic right there. More twists and turns than a James Bond movie. What an amazing narrative. Obummer is going to stop people from driving SUVs by making old ones from one specific brand appear to blow up. How does he find time calling all of these government agencies from his secret BlackBerry? How does he keep his orders straight when he's constructing these elaborate plots? Maybe they are all false flag operations? Maybe Obama is a clone and has versions of himself working in every alphabet soup division of government. I for one am glad we are getting down to the truth here. Call Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd. This is going to make one heck of a popcorn flick.dana44 said:Wouldn't this just push that extra button necessary to help relieve the market of one of the best selling SUVs? There are so many underlying issues that can be made given the level of facts not present in this issue to make it a media event just aren't present. It happens time and time again, part of the fundamental transformation of America, which has been started and stopped several times over the last century.What better way to try to get rid of an SUV than to turn it into the next Pinto, right? Pinto was around for 10 years before it had its problems, why not try to repeat the same response to make people drive smaller, non-SUV vehicles.