Hurricane Sandy destroys Fisker 'gree...

Hurricane Sandy destroys Fisker 'green' cars in Port Newark, New Jersey

There are 1 comment on the Examiner.com story from Nov 9, 2012, titled Hurricane Sandy destroys Fisker 'green' cars in Port Newark, New Jersey. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

The loss began first with fires on a small batch of hybrids . Saltwater floods saturated hybrid battery systems, causing corrosion in the low-voltage Vehicle Control Unit.

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John

Elk Grove Village, IL

#1 Nov 9, 2012
It is ok,it is only tax payer money. They are printing more right now. Besides this Obama guy has our backs. Just check out how well things are going after the hurricane in New England. Only 500 thousand people without power tonight. Obama is our leader and he cares so much.
I wonder how cold it is in New England in the dark without power?
Had I been smart enough and not some old successful white business guy, and voted for Obama, I too would be complicit in the freezing suffering thru out the East Coast this evening. But then again, those folks out there voted for him, so I suppose they are complicit in their own suffering.

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