Generally I see that a majority of Americans feel they are being lied to but this is actually a case of being stumped. If you have never been stumped they listen here, it is easy to get stumped and laughed at on the way to the bank. So here is the lesson. The Middle East Opec nations may not have over two hundred gasoline stations compared to the 5,000 or more in America and yet to think that they need more is absurb ...more »
Generally I see that a majority of Americans feel they are being lied to but this is actually a case of being stumped. If you have never been stumped they listen here, it is easy to get stumped and laughed at on the way to the bank. So here is the lesson. The Middle East Opec nations may not have over two hundred gasoline stations compared to the 5,000 or more in America and yet to think that they need more is absurb so why then should fuel prices be increased in order to establish funds in a Corporate that has not such desire to bring this into a spectrum for Middle Easterners whom would rather not drive as much as Americans and have a habit of neighborhood rather than nationalhood in mind. Remember that nationalhood to them may be a mixture of two or more cultures depending on their relatives status and this means different economic situations, fuel prices, food acceptance and availability, etc. but much more than in America where standards are higher than on either side of the American Borders esp. auto price differences and currency equivalencies. Health care is much in the same in the same situation, theres no real togetherness and medical achievement is not felt throughout Middle Eastern culture while there may be more education programming for this sort of achievement instead of the technicalities of a gasoline station management career, Oil Corporates are not in a habit to make education a criteria excepting for all those lawyers whom they would like to be expertly trained to keep their egotistical status quo high. If a demand for gasoline stations ever does increase in the Middle Eastern nations it will be a spark that is ignited by educators not Corporates or the Governments. The same is true in regard for automobile purchases for the consumers there may have some desires but the desires are brought to a lower standard in which life is too different, we do not see many limo stories developing and many motorcades other than which are Government or Military orchestrated. In a new comittment to General Motors and the failed Chrysler Motors we are lacking manufacturing because of bankruptcy in America and this is affecting the world not just the Middle East. In the Middle East there could still be a desire to increase gasoline stations regardless of the situation in America where Government is trying to establish a Electric Vehicle Consumer from Public Awareness Campaigns that simply are showing that such does exist and that is a expensive campaign. I would like it to gear down and also like it to give more to the consumer in a choice and like it to help the automakers into a new deal in the future but there must be concessions made with what they have already created because of the need to provide parts and service to what was purchased. Turning over a new leaf might be a well full of polluted water requiring purification to use it which means that the nation has to many vehicles and to cope with the abundance we must dissassemble some to convert them and offer the parts removed as a solution for those whom might need the parts for their purchase including some employees that now own either auto brand. To build a new deal for automakers we would support their chassis and body type in a electric car conversion and offer those parts removed into a database, something for the defense of America to fund in regard to stocking and servicing and that means job support. This gives consumer the chance to own a new chassis and body of a brand which then becomes a electric vehicle after conversion. Might the Middle Eastern Opec find it a wise thing that they could have their car converted if there was a plan to do that springing forth in America? What would this do for their education centers if they currently have no ways and means to train anyone for a career? Where do they get the technologies to understand what is being done in America to apply that to their situation? Is it that African technology is being force feed to have to accept a single type auto brand that is electric and the Africans can get no support from American business to bring in franchises to offer more choices? If this were to provide Africa with a motivation to purchase either the parts removed or the chassis and body would Africans find it in themselves to accept such a career? What about South America or Asian countries, are they going to keep the same opportunity available and not convert existing autos in the future to decrease their total vehicles on the highways? All in thw while this electric vehicle proposition is changing the future, it is a motion to decrease oil imports and the use of gasoline altogether in some circumstances which could become a national percentage over 50% converted and therefore a 50% decrease. Is Opec finding that they could remain in business if they supply increased and the demand decreased, are they planning to increase their prices simply because of a drop in sells? I think the future for a new deal is wide open for opportunity for automakers rather than a bankrupt situation but if their manufacturing is to suffer then their factories have reached the point of design capability overflow and theres no need to produce more.
Cyber Security proposals to insure that every consumer is protected and guaranteed whichever policy is adopted for their previous purchases from automakers prior to their bankruptcies and whatever plan adopted after the bankruptcies will insure more than just finances, it should guarantee banking that their objective is serviced securely and offer the best portion of new business orchestration to automakers that agree with proposals to continue their objectives without manufacturing operations inclusive. This reserves the rights of automakers, it guarantees their 'Right-To-Acquire' normally offered in homeowner agreements with more than one tenant or homeowner.
Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:20:16 AM#370
I WOULD LIKE TO REWARD CHRYSLER FOR ITS DECISION TO TERMINATE MANUFACTURING - CONGRATULATIONS.
WHY, mainly because as I see it automakers and generally everyone else is seeing this matter as doom, it really does not have to be seen that way. To define more clearly there is still progress to be had in Auto Chassis and Auto Bodies regardless of the engine, drive train and fuel type which was installed to the vehicles. It however is difficult for me to reserve a business which must pay state tax fees because it is a disassembly business. In Alabama the cost is $10,000 for a Surety Bond plus The Power of Attorney in each business situation with additional taxation with regard to a profit making business, but what if it were a Tax Exempt Foundation which would play the task of tending to matters of the Chrysler engine warranty etc throughout their bankruptcy. Storage overhead costs for reclaimed engines etc. seems to ne to be the only real expenditure. Let's think about the former employees whom are Chrysler auto owners for a chance. You can only claim the Right to Acquire if the property is your only or principal vehicle. A agreement of any joint vehicle owner who does not wish to be included in the purchase must be obtained before you claim the Right to Acquire. This is a common law concern while being written for homes and tenants seems logical enough to apply a new rule of definition since no automobile maker has ever encountered problems of the sort which would encourage their continued existence regardless if they continue to make anything at all, the courts would agree with this. I see this as a opportunity to create for Americans a Small Business and Defense Contract so the cost burden is not felt by a automaker nor the consumer's. I think there is no need of a Surety Bond Tax of $10,000 or whatever it is in any state!
I am the author of 'The Electric Vehicle Free Conversion Foundation (EVFCF)' here: http://jonalist.bravehost.com/articles/evfcf.html not published in book form yet although I would like a publisher to pay for it if possible. You can check out My Project Plan and give me your opinion.
I have reservations in the American future that must be dealt with almost immediately if we are to have a future because we need to jump forward. Face it the Second Industrial Era has collapsed, mainly because of banking, home mortgages, Home Foreclosures, insurance, automakers bailouts and bankruptcies, joblessness. It means we are approaching the time to create a New industrial Era. My Project Plan is devised to do just that and we better get started. We are not being smeared by The Obama Administration or Government, we have a future so let's show our world we can do this. JOIN ME IN MY PROJECT PLAN, GIVE ME SOME SUGGESTIONS PLEASE!