FUELING THE FACTS: Increased carbon emissions. Wasted taxpayer dollars. Soaring food prices. Hungry, angry consumers.
Congratulations to America’s energy white elephant and eco-myth. This will be the ethanol industry’s deplorable legacy that has cost millions of dollars and helped breed global misery. A recent editorial in the Wall Street Journal simply states the facts.
Any reasonable observer must conclude that ethanol vehicles, and most biofuel vehicles for that matter, are a never-ending boondoggle.
For the limousine and chauffeured transportation industry, the bottom line is simple: Don’t buy E-85 or biofuel vehicles; get rid of the ones in service; and boycott ethanol. There is nothing remotely “green” about it.
It’s time to admit a colossal mistake and put a stake into this subsidized impostor of an industry.
-- posted by Martin Romjue
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