New hybrid technology automobiles are going to be far more affordable than overpriced Manhattan dwellings.
To the Editor:
I disagree with Paul Krugman’s analysis, for two reasons.
First, Europe has a much greater population density than the United States, so it’s more cost-effective for European countries to build and maintain public transportation.
Second, the coming alternative-energy-powered cars will change everything, allowing widely used private transport to be cost-effective once again.
James W. Voelz
Des Peres, Mo., May 19, 2008
So are new highways, even tunneled, versus the addiction to the Pentagram/Pentagon.
Perhaps the elites refuse to admit this because they are really depopulationists.
And, as well, control freaks: note how Krugman can bring up Germany as an example to follow, without mentioning its infinitely more enlightened speed limit policies upon its Autobahns.