What did you do, California?

Even the greenies aren’t dumb enough to locate their new facility in your state.

Its cars are assembled in California, but electric auto-maker Tesla Motors couldn’t be convinced to open its massive battery factory here.

A spokesperson from Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration told the LA Times that the state presented several potential sites for the factory, all of which were rejected. Land prices and politics may be behind Tesla’s decision, according to the LA Times.

Geez, ya think, LAT?

Apparently, it is cheaper to manufacture in Texas and ship to California than to just build them in California.

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One Response to What did you do, California?

  1. NotClauswitz says:

    Bet they start reversing the process and shipping the cars to final battery-assembly in Tejas, could save a lot of money I’ll bet…

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