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Reader comment on item: My Peace Plan: An Israeli Victory
in response to reader comment: How in the US rejection of OIL?

Submitted by yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), May 7, 2010 at 10:40

Just look at Greece. They had it easy. 14 monthly salaries, reitre at 50 with 90% salary, stay in school forever at no cost, 30 percent of the workforce in government jobs, and take on an Olympics extravaganza suitable for China when Chicago is not thrilled to take them. Now its over, kaput, so they are sulking, but having no choice they will mend their ways

Think of those Moms lining up at the pump ten deep to pay for 10 follar a gallon gas. Think of other moms driving out of the house with their battary fully charged with excess overnight electrons at 10 cents a "gallon". That's reality in a few months to a years time when Israel takes out the Iranian Nukes, and the Hormuz straits are shut down by Iran, and any tanker attempting to sail is blown up by Sikworm shore to sea missiles fired from anywhere along a 200 mile shoreline, and another off-shore rig is sabotaged. Get the pic?

So get your EV now, when its cheap, and then wait for reality to smack other idiots in the face. Out here in southern Israel my roof-top PV panels provide enough electrons for a full charge of a 24KWh battery which is standard in a 22K$ Renault Fluence. This is not fantasy, this is reality starting September


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