VERY EUROPEAN: The insatiable appetite for all things green, despite the recent Climategate scandal, expands unabated, with a stretched Vespa looking like a possible alternative fuel livery vehicle.
It would be ideal for transporting clients in the narrow streets of European city sectors, villages, and towns, while being obviously green with its fuel economy and spare emissions. So why not mandate it for all Congressional reps, staffers, and federal workers who use chauffeured transportation in D.C.? Such a policy could actually grant some credibility to the global warming believers and cap-n-trade advocates ready to radically remake the U.S. economy. -- M.R.
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