The Original Blog of the NISSAN Whistleblower 

To: Electric Board

To Electric Coalition:




The Coalition has to do this not  NISSAN because their focus needs to be on the zere emissions (with the asterisk)   I do like the ZEV* word.   NISSAN cannot offend customers so it’s best that the Coalition must to the politically “charged” stuff.


Electric Coalition YOUR website needs help and looks like typical white male big business corporate America.    Do you relaize that Lebanese Born Brazilian Carlos Ghosn who’s also French is the “only” diversity.    WOW!!!  If we removed Antarctica from continent status (which is a good idea, Penguins can’t form a government) Mr. Ghosn would represent ½ of the planet culturally.  For Success!!!  We need to target “Everyday/Mainstream/Average” America. 


This is my suggestion . Your Need 2 Boards.


Yes!!!  I know you have “plug in” America.   What I’m suggesting is a  “resource”  that can work with  Plug In and “educate america”.     This groups is strategic.  One that  will have control over the “image” of those speaking for the coalition.  I can explain later if needed. I’m researching prominent people in “strategic” states that are moderates and you probably already have connections and ideas.    We want a board of "familiar" names from diverse fields Professors, Mainstream celebrities, Athletes, Business people, etc.  Those that could be used as speakers and communicate the message.  Being on the "Electric Coalition"  board gives them credibility Your Board could be retitled.  You the non diverse business executives that run the coalition  would be the decision makers on the “appropriate message”   GET IT!!!    Image is Everything!!!!  


Watching “Fox” News I see that the Extremist are trying to attach themselves with Ronald Reagan.  Not Bush.   WOW!!!!   Ron Reagan Jr. is against the Tea Parties (that want to squash your funding)  and is a  public speaker.  Think about this Ronald Reagans record (remember his opinion on the Briggs initiative & that Ronald Reagan did not want to go to war, he wanted peace by stregth) Ronald Reagan would NOT be supported by todays Republican "Good Ole Boy" Elite.    

Fact Red State America and even some of Blue State America LOVES Reagan and the extremist know this and they are trying to use his reputation for their gain, basically using him and his reputation as a “shield”.  Let's give the "good ole boys" a roadblock.  :) :)



His son knows this and hates it,  I think he would like the opportunity to tell America about the “New Road”.  I think using him as a spokesperson is perfect.  Lets put him on the board.


He can Remind “red state  America what Ronald Reagan was about.  That he was for Freedom, Prosperity and Peace.     YES!!!!!!   This is it.


Have A Great Day!!!!                         Sharyn

Love Cars~Love People~Love the Planet

America Was Happy When Reagan was President!!!

Ron Reagan Jr.

In an April 2003 interview, Reagan said, "The Bush people have no right to speak for my father, particularly because of the position he's in now. Yes, some of the current policies are an extension of the '80s. But the overall thrust of this administration is not my father's — these people are overly reaching, overly aggressive, overly secretive, and just plain corrupt. I don't trust these people."......see more below


Would Reagan Be a Tea Partier?

His sons share different views.  By JOHN FUND

Ronald Reagan's children often disagreed on politics. Michael and Maureen, his two oldest from his marriage to actress Jane Wyman, became Republicans, while Ron Jr. and Patti, his children with Nancy, turned to the left. But all of the siblings were usually able to keep their disagreements from spilling out into public view.

Not this time. Ron Reagan, now a talk show host in Seattle, got the ball rolling when he told Joy Behar of CNN Headline News that his dad wouldn't have approved of either Sarah Palin or the "Tea Party" movement now roiling American politics. "Oh, I think he would be unamused by the tea partiers with their Hitler signs and all the rest of it," Mr. Reagan told Ms. Behar. "No, I don't think he'd be cottoning to that much at all."

As for the Republican Party today, Mr. Reagan called it a "true train wreck" and said both Ms. Palin and new Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown were symbols of the decline of the GOP. ....See More Below



Ron Reagan Jr (Con’t)

He was also strongly opposed to the Bush administration's decision to invade Iraq. "9/11 gave the Bush people carte blanche to carry out their extreme agenda — and they didn't hesitate for a moment to use it," Reagan said. "By 9/12 Rumsfeld was saying, 'Let's hit Iraq.' They've used the war on terror to justify everything from tax cuts to Alaska oil drilling."

In July 2004, Reagan spoke at the Democratic National Convention about his support for lifting Bush's restrictions on federally funded embryonic stem cell research, a form of research which could lead to a cure or new treatments for Alzheimer's disease, of which his father had recently died. "There are those who would stand in the way of this remarkable future, who would deny the federal funding so crucial to basic research. A few of these folks, needless to say, are just grinding a political axe and they should be ashamed of themselves," Ron Reagan said of the restrictions. "We can choose between the future and the past, between reason and ignorance, between true compassion and mere ideology." Reagan's mother, Nancy, is on record as supportive of this position.

In September 2004, he told the Sunday Herald newspaper that the Bush administration had "cheated to get into the White House. It's not something Americans ever want to think about their government. My sense of these people is that they don't have any respect for the public at large. They have a revolutionary mindset. I think they feel that anything they can do to prevail — lie, cheat, whatever — is justified by their revolutionary aims" and that he feared Bush was "hijacking" his father's reputation.[5]

Reagan later wrote an essay titled "The Case Against George W. Bush by Ron Reagan" for Esquire. He was quoted as saying that he voted for Democratic candidate John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election.

On October 31, 2008, Reagan officially endorsed then-Illinois Senator Barack Obama for President in the 2008 presidential election.[6]

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