Skip to comments.Obama in Indianapolis Friday to talk about hybrid buses, reducing oil imports
Posted on 05/05/2011 4:43:15 PM PDT by KeyLargo
Obama in Indianapolis Friday to talk about hybrid buses, reducing oil imports
by Eric Loveday (RSS feed) on May 4th 2011 at 7:53AM
President Obama will visit Indianapolis, IN on Friday, rescheduling a trip to Allison Transmission, a global provider of commercial-duty automatic transmissions and hybrid-propulsion systems, that was delayed due to budget negotiations. The White House says that the President will tour Allison's facilities before speaking to workers about the importance of slashing oil imports, while also addressing the immediate need for a cleaner and more secure energy future.
(Excerpt) Read more at green.autoblog.com ...
What sounds like a good idea in principle just ain’t here yet, even though the electric car is more than a hundred years old. Much handwaving doesn’t hide the fact that the best and lightest electric batteries are terribly expensive, terribly unreliable, and create terrible pollution in their processing and reprocessing.
Obama on safari with âgreenâÂ fruit cakes hunting elephant with a Daisy BB gun and much of the public foolishly believing they will bag their limit without injury to themselves.
My company makes the electric motors that make the Allison transmission and the buses a hybrid. And our CEO hates Obama. This ought to get good.
ya paid for with tax dollars for his pals and obsolet in a year..what a deal
ya paid for with tax dollars for his pals and obsolete in a year..what a deal
“President will tour Allison’s facilities before speaking to workers about the importance of slashing oil imports,...”
Didn’t he just go to Brazil and gave them more money to drill for oil and, AND tell them we will be their best customer?
Drill baby drill
Stimulus III, QE3, and Bailout V.3. Bend over America, here it comes again.
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