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This is five hours old and comes up in Google's paid for search results:
Why Can't Akerson Come Clean on Chevy Volt Fiasco?
National Legal and Policy Center-5 hours ago
But that doesn't stop General Motors and poiitically-motivated cheerleaders for the Chevy Volt from trying. In the case of the Volt, the truth is that ...​

Mark Modica goes on to attack Dan Akerson specifically, and plug in cars in general.

For the newbies at this site, a closer look at Modica reveals that all he does is generate disinformation attacking General Motors. Note the content of all of his recent blog postings:

Auto Bailout Legacy: GM's European Nightmare
Submitted by Mark Modica on Thu, 08/16/2012 - 10:31

Military Buying Chevy Volts as Glitches Surface
Submitted by Mark Modica on Mon, 08/06/2012 - 12:55

The US Military is buying Volts just as a recent poll at reveals that over 12% of Volt owners have had electrical problems with the vehicle.

Obama Boosts GM With Fleet Sales; Localities Buy Police Cars With Federal Money
Submitted by Mark Modica on Thu, 08/02/2012 - 08:36

Taxpayers Help Fund Chevy Volt Village
Submitted by Mark Modica on Tue, 07/31/2012 - 17:44

GM Trying to Limit Tax Credit Abuse on Chevy Volt Returns
Submitted by Mark Modica on Wed, 07/25/2012 - 11:12​

Mark Modica?

Modica is a lurker at this site, so we should treat him with an appropriate degree of consideration. Thus, when one of you throws him out of the chopper, please have the courtesy to admonish him "Don't hit your head on the skid".

Thank you,

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You can always post something here....

He states on his site....

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So he's about as questionable as they come!

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Modica's opinion of the Chevrolet Volt reminds me of the early days of the "horseless carriage!" No one thought it would ever catch on, and now here we are, with an average of two or more per household. I think it's sad that he considers the Volt a Dismal Failure. Nothing could be further from the truth. When Toyota brought out the Prius it was poorly accepted in the beginning as well. The Volt is exceptionally well designed and does exactly what it was designed to do: help us enter a new era of eventual freedom from foreign oil dependence, while giving us an electric car that, as far as I'm concerned, more than lives up to its promises. Just because sales have not yet reached initial projections does not mean the Volt is a failure. Many cars in GM's past had low numbers when introduced, including the Corvette, which almost died a quick death but now is an iconic runaway success. Years from now history will prove the Volt a success regardless of the Nay Sayers.

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Many cars in GM's past had low numbers when introduced, including the Corvette, which almost died a quick death but now is an iconic runaway success.

You took the words right out of my mouth with the Corvette example.............60 years and still ticking.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion but when they spread lies about a so-called 12% of Volt owners have experienced electrical problems, what is that.................that is not an opinion, it's downright garbage!
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