I just despise fanboyism and work hard to contradict it when I see it. But we all play a roll in a discussion don't we?
I have tremendous respect for the handwork of visionaries and creators and very little tolerance for this who would dismiss it wholeheartedly without fair perspective.
Most members don't come here because they dislike Ford, but instead are fans of the brand, and as such, they look at the brand through tinted lenses. We all know who is who. But I think, by far, the readers here also can have an objective and critical viewpoint, which is also great and makes for great debate/conversation. I view it as constructive criticism, and it is healthy. You can call that what you like, but by the same token, if a pattern emerges where one typically puts the brand into a constant negative light, then some feel obligated to contradict those remarks, based on what is clearly great Ford and Lincoln news and product as of late, and into the future.
And I have very little tolerance for a brand like Tesla, who arrogantly produces expensive, exclusionary products on such a small scale, completely overvalued in the market, and over-marketed as creative visionaries to pseudo-progressives who believe that Detroit brands are archaic and close-minded simpletons, who have no vision. When the truth is our modern societies, worldwide, greatly depend on the very vehicles Detroit (and other brands) produce.
Battery electric cars are easy to produce.
And when there is enough demand for them, I am certain that volume will follow.
And I will snicker when the Tesla 'visionaries' of the world, are put in their place.