The Smallest Minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities. - Ayn Rand
I have never read or heard on any media that a SUBARU ever hurt anyone. Or for that matter a VOLVO. That must be why those two marks seem to be the choice of liberals.
You forgot the Toyota Prius.
The Subaru Legacy Outback is very common in the mountains for those who insist on a "car" instead of a "truck", because they perform as advertised in the snow. In that regard, they are quite impressive.
I consider myself a serious conservative and I drive an Outback. It will go through *any* weather I need it to go through. It has excellent cargo capacity. It gets very good mileage (2.5 L normally aspirated engine) and it's a comfortable ride.
Liberals may drive but I can't fault them for getting *some*thing right.
No turbo? Turn in your man-card!
Yes BlogDog, but a broken clock is right twice a day, too.
This is one outcome of the denial of a Creator. No Creator, no personal responsibility. Yes I know many atheists (including, obviously, Mr. Baker!) believe strongly in personal responsibility without such a belief, but some folks (Aldous Huxley, for example) cite the desire for total freedom as their reason for denying theism.
OMG- I live near L.A.
Do i have to find a gun big enough to stop rampaging SUVs now? is it Trucks all over again?
And some theists seem to be under the impression that believing in a Creator carries with it the bonus of being able to tell everyone else just what to do with absolute moral authority.
Conversely, if there ain't nothing there but thee and me, then the responsibility isn't with anyone or anything else, either.
All belief systems are frequently used to justify the whims and indulgences of their holders. That doesn't say much for their validity one way or another.