BILL: Choice in Automobile Retail Sales Act of 2023 (H.R.4468)

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  • 2,222

    Adding modern brakes was mandatory, as were adding setbelts.  I oppose BILL: Choice in Automobile Retail Sales Act of 2023 (H.R.4468) for the same reason I oppose making brakes and seatbelts optional, I am not an idiot. 

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    Do not for this bill.


  • 62

    Greeting I hope you're doing well. I can see that you're looking for donations faster, and that's a great cause! But have you connecting with philanthropists who might be interested in supporting your campaign before?

  • 3,959

    We have lost several small pickup trucks who got good gas mileage due to new length requirements. Now we are left with more heavier poor fuel mileage small pickups. But this Bill is not the way to revive them. This is a joke to the American people. This is greed,not economics or fuel economy.

  • 1,427

    It makes me very sad that any American would vote for a greedy, self-serving Republican.

  • 49.9k

    Just another messaging bill from this failed House leadership that isn't going anywhere.

    I wish somebody would educate the House GOP on the facts: most Americans support action to stop climate change and and overwhelming majority of Americans would buy electric vehicles if they were affordable and had ample charging stations.

    This House session will go down as one of the least-productive in history, and Mike Johnson will be part of that.

  • 2,431

    Totally don't support this bill.  We need to cut our carbon emissions NOW and it needs to happen on all fronts, which includes vehicles.  As usual the GD Republicans are denying climate change and putting our planet and all of our lives in grave danger.  But the Republicans seem to love to kill off our citizens.  Just look at the lies they spread about COVID, masking, and vaccinations (which they're still doing).  It is a puzzlement why the Republicans love to commit murder especially since the victims of their murderous acts primarily are their own base.  But hey, fewer assholes works for me.

  • 8,206

    The EPA realizes we need to cut carbon emissions & has a timeline for automakers in place. Republican meddling is not only overriding EPA mandates, but aiding global warming!



  • 9,415

    There are real important issues Congress should be addressing, what kind of car you can or can't buy isn't one of them and just shows how incompetent they are to lead.

  • 96.4k

    Short sighted Republican legislation (35 Republican cosponsors) with the sole purpose of stopping the State of California regulations to achieve electric vehicles by 2035 as a backup plan for court challenges currently in the appeals court filed by 14 red states (AL, AR, GA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MS, MT, NE, IK, SC, TX, UT, WV) and industry groups (Western States Trucking Association, he Texas Public Policy Foundation) which is opposed by 18 blue states,  3 cities, and several environmental groups.

    "Congress is moving forward with legislation to prevent California from canceling gas-powered cars and trucks. On Sept. 14, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1435, the Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Act, which would prevent the EPA from authorizing California’s climate regulators to limit the sale or use of new motor vehicles with internal combustion engines."

    "The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Monday ruled that 18 states, three cities and several environmental groups could weigh in on a consolidated lawsuit challenging a federal waiver that lets California set stricter emission limits for trucks than the national standard."

  • 950

    Changing how we get around is going to be very difficult. It is a shame that our country has such poor public transit and an antiquated rail system. The age of fossil fuels is coming to an end. We deny it at our peril and the destruction of our planet.