Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Unfounded Optimism

With the wild swings in gasoline prices, perhaps the general public will grudgingly accept that price is sensitive and complicated, and not merely the result of evil oil companies trying to screw us.

And perhaps the collapse of the Big 3 automakers will suggest to people that they don't force their choices on us with their nefarious advertising, but are trying to guess what we want - not always wisely.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Those would be my conclusions. Obviously oil companies are happier with higher prices. And automakers are happier selling more cars. Unhappiness reigns.

BTW, I'm still without power. You?