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Walking the Walk

Oregroanian March 15, 2007 page C1 According to this article on Cars and Climate the House Energy Committee Chairmen John Dingell, D - Mich. said when talking to automakers, “that inaction will not work.” Hey John! Have you ever talked to the consumers? It is not only big cars and SUV’s that are the problem. Consider that using a car with a standard transmission and two-wheel drive will reduce fuel consumption by greater than 30 percent. Is the average driver in the US to stupid to drive a stick shift? On the other hand, is it that our concerned citizens want their convenience with out regard for the environment? Even such a simple thing as turning off your headlights during the day would save fuel. That savings though small per individual car is considerable when multiplied by the billion cars on the road today. There is no evidence that having headlights on during the day save a single accident. Does the fact that Portland gets two snow days a year justify the driving of a 4-wheel drive vehicle all year.

Time for all those who believe in global warming to walk the walk.


Emmett Geese

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