Hydrogen car: an H-bomb for the Arabs
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
The most important Middle Eastern message in President Bush's State of the Union address dealt with teen-age driving.
The president came before Congress and announced a $1.2 billion federal investment in hydrogen-operated cars that will permit Detroit to bring watermobiles from the "laboratory to the showroom" in time to be "the first car driven by a child born today." That's roughly 16 years.
Bush's initiative came with a double rationale: It will cleanse the air and make the United States "much less dependent on foreign sources of oil."
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