“Let's see - Matthews has a tingle up his leg for Obama and a expletive for Jindal. We know ol' Chris was a super speech writer for Jimmy "Malaise" Carter - so what level of objectivity does he have for Barrack "Crisis" Obama? Puhleeeze.”
TrueBlue1112 on Feb 26, 2009 at 19:29:05
“Expletive? What expletive? Explain.”
Angela Hess on Feb 26, 2009 at 19:12:06
“If you think Matthews likes Obama 'cause he worked for Carter (& Tip O'Neill too - you shouldn't have left out), then you were clearly under a rock the whole time he was bashing Clinton & Gore. I sure as hell heard him say far worse about Gore than I've ever heard him say about ANY repugnant.
Granted he is in love with Obama, he was also in love with McCain & he sided with Bush, you undercut your point with your attempt to make it partisan & not just some guy's idiotic biases.”
“Well now - the Karma is listed at $87k - I'll take TWO! Seriously, it looks very sleek. I can hardly wait to see Daniel Craig wreck it in the next James Bond flick...”
letstakeawalk on Feb 26, 2009 at 18:21:41
“LOL. The Karma isn't cheap, to be sure, but Mr. Vartan didn't ask for a car that everyone could afford:
"Some of our material selections may lead to a higher cost but, as with most new products, the longer it is produced the more efficient it will become and the more the cost will drop. And seriously, what's a couple thousand dollars to leave a decent planet for your kids? Most people who can will drop cash for more horsepower, 'sport' options, and leather seats; the UGC is a much longer-lasting investment."
I haven't owned a car of any kind for over 15 years. I live withing walking distance of my employment, shopping, and entertainment. I do understand that most people can't give up their personal automobile, but more and more people are returning to the idea that a car SHOULD be a luxury, not a necessity. Green cars are a part of the solution, but we need to return to green urban planning, walkable cities, and sustainable architecture.”