Tesla & EVs have brought together a unique patch-quilt of people from varied parts of the political spectrum. From "Green" Liberals who see it as good for the environment to "War Hawk" Conservatives who see it as reducing our dependency on foreign oil. The O'Reilly Factor on Fox News (reaches nearly 6 million people nightly) had a show on 11/23/11 in which a five-minute segment was devoted to Tesla. The obvious reach was to try and tie it to government social-engineering and Solyndra. It was upsetting to see so many easily verifiable factual inaccuracies that I believe their respective research staffs should be demoted! Alan Combs (Liberal) was pitted against Monica Crowley (Conservative) in an old fashion redo of "Point-Counter Point" segment called "Barak and a hard place!" I think that Elon Musk should return to the "No Spin Zone" to set the record straight and he should do so ASAP. Its one thing not to respond to petty Internet gutter snipes but another to address concerns made on a show with such wide reaching influence on potential Tesla Model 'S' future customers. Here is a brief chronologically list of some of the fallacies that I caught: Costs of different Model 'S' trim levels vs. costs of future models Volt is an EV & only 3 sold (tongue and cheek) Driving an EV is driving a 'toaster' Build the EV infrastructure BEFORE you build the EVs - like building gas stations before ICE cars? Huh? Going EV is essentially just swapping a gas bill for an electric bill The government is essentially GIVING Tesla money like a bail-out If Tesla was such a great idea they should get venture capital - been there, done that! If Tesla was such a great idea they should do an IPO - been there, done that! What did you catch and what do you think about Musk going on The Factor?