Carty, Dip Stick Of The Week?
Finally! We have an answer as to why such a popular car has poor sales figures!
If you’re like me, you’re sure if one out of every 50 people who told you they liked the Volt bought one, it’d be a worlds all time best seller. Just where are all the buyers? Every liberal blogger in the universe says it’s the hottest thing since sliced bread! Sharon even quotes some loon that the volt may be one of the greatest advances of mankind, right in there with the wheel Sharon?
Sharon Sike Carty apparently has the answer to low sales. She thinks Conservatives have scared Liberals away from the car? They can’t think for themselves, and Conservatives control their car buying decisions? Her article below opens in a new window, read what she says, sound like an auto reporter to you? This is a new age, and I have to read and reread these articles. what I have come to realize is the modern reporter who covers topics like autos more often than not does no more than quote other people, they have to.. they have so little first hand knowledge of the technology.
Sharon’s child Like photo image she attaches to her credentials makes you wonder just how long she’s been out of the crib? Just what does she know about cam profiles, and if we handed her a Duntov 3030, would she know where to ’stick’ it? An Auto Journalist? sure.. as long as you prefix it with the Huff.
A recent tweet from Sharon:
Are you one of those mean conservatives than has told your liberal friends they can’t buy a Chevy Volt? Please, let up on them a bit.. let them know it’s OK with you if they buy one….
But Sharon.. do remember, if Conservatives can dictate to Liberals what car to buy or not buy…… can’t they also tell you who to vote for?
As for Lee Sphincterman, how lucky is he to live in a free country, and able to buy the car he wants.. but come on, this is not a new idea. Fact is back in 1898 a very exceptional 23 year old engineer built a hybrid car that could travel nearly 40 miles on a charge, about the same distance as the Volt!
1898: The Austrian Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, at age 23, built his first car, the Lohner Electric Chaise. It was the world’s first front-wheel-drive. Porsche’s second car was a hybrid, using an internal combustion engine to spin a generator that provided power to electric motors located in the wheel hubs. On battery alone, the car could travel nearly 40 miles.
Do a review of the all time bench mark sales disaster… “The Edsel“.. if Government Motors sold as many Volts, they’d be dancing in the streets!