See, you are using the tactic in your document - I firstly said majority, not all, but you have taken it as all hybrid owners.
OK, You are the only wise man and all other hybrid owners are pound foolish. unfortunately, that could be vice versa
And where the hell did you come up with "You are the only wise man"? If I'm representing an anti-hybrid crowd like you claim, then shouldn't that imply the whole crowd? That tactic of going personal and obscuring what was said was in your document too. Looks like the PRO-Prius lobby wants to use that too. I say whats sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, so I will use it if I feel like it.
BTW, you will note something. This document, like you, makes a lot of points on "It will change" etc. The future. That has no bearing on the NOW. When we started having these discussion when the tax cut came, we said, not now, give it about 6 months. 6 months later, its still not a great situ. So we can still say, wait a little longer, its not quite ready yet. See, we are being responsible, where YOU are trying to trying to market the thing hoping that the market condition will create the infrastructure you need. That is not responsible, coz if it fails, it means you are pulling people into the pit with you.
See your assumptions? There "should be" 10,000+ now. But you will boldly state it as a fact and say there are 10,000 people who can't be wrong. Without even knowing for a fact. An assumption. Hoping the condition will be met in the future so you can in the future say, I am right.