[QUOTE=chiefst2000;4491414]The answer to your question is the basic FACT that Government has been the primary blockade for new innovation in vehicle fuels. The EPA uses its authoritarian powers to block Methanol in the 90's because they feared it was toxic to groundwater. As if gasoline isn't toxic? Please. You can't make this stuff up. Your concept that government should get out of the way is great in a bubble. The fact is that Government has caused most of the problems. Government blocks the implementation of new fuel sources based on bs theories and false premises. The only way to actually get something done nowadays is to have Government get on board with the idea. It sucks but that is reality. I don't advocate for subsidies on anything. I believe in the power of free markets. Government is the killer of this kind of innovation. Environmentalists and EPA cronies are the murder weapon.[/QUOTE]
So quite clearly the best answer is less Government and more appropriate less-limiting regulation, [U]not[/U] more Government via new and additional mandates, regulations and forced fuel-type monopolies by Federal fiat.
[QUOTE]The only way to actually get something done nowadays is to have Government get on board with the idea. It sucks but that is reality.[/QUOTE]
If you cannot beat the Big Government Leviathan, then join it?
With respect, no thank you.