The tax on a $100K price tag will not just turn away some buyers that have been priced out of the market, but the new charge will even be a be a surprise, and likely an unwelcome tax, to those can afford it. People who are able to afford the tax certainly watch their money, and where it goes too. Saying those people won't care about the added cost is an asinine statement.
IF (key assumption) people like to signal their wealth through conspicuous consumption of expensive goods. Luxury cars are often used as an example. Now, I grant you that folks who drive C-bodies may not be the best examples of such people (otherwise, we might be driving something else).
I only meant that folks who drive C-bodies are self-confident in what THEY like and do not signal their wealth through their car choices. That’s all. I guess I should go back to writing school to lean to be be clearer. On this, I am out.I am sure there are plenty of C Body owners that have expensive toys, and can afford more expensive automobiles if they wanted. I know of a few that already own these. To assume C body owners are not the best example, in asinine.
No you were talking politics which is not allowed on this forum and your comment was deleted by the site owner. He left the thread open instead of deleting the whole thing.
There's a simple solution to this problem, but apparently we aren't worthy. We can't have the same choices as the other sites, makes no sense, and to me, is insulting.this forum
There's a simple solution to this problem, but apparently we aren't worthy. We can't have the same choices as the other sites, makes no sense, and to me, is insulting.