Idiot!!! So, who is it that makes the cars that people want?
Is it the government? Not a chance, unless you want to call GM, Government Motors.
The government can pass regulations, and the manufacturers can try to meet those regulations.
But, the automakers have been, for a very long time, trying to improve gas mileage on their fleets, and people have been shopping for better gas mileage cars for the last 40+ years.
One of the reasons that the Japanese cars became popular in the U.S., was because they were smaller, and smaller usually equals better gas mileage. The U.S. automakers took notice and decided to try to compete. But the Japanese stayed ahead, and still produce most of the better gas mileage cars around.
With Datsun (now Nissan) and Toyota and Honda making the better MPG cars, the domestic automakers saw their market-share drop tremendously,
The Japanese invasion with their autos woke up the domestic automakers, and they had to try to improve their models, not only for quality, but for MPGs.
Government can mandate all it wishes, but competition works a lot better and faster in waking up manufacturers to better compete. We have better quality and better MPG cars, because of competition. People are always looking for quality, but, they also want to save money with fuel usage.
Your problem is that, you don't even bother to think, and you're one of those obsesses with believing that, if there is a difference of opinion, it must be because of "Faux" news. So, if you know anything about FOX news, can you tell me when is the last time that FOX talked about fuel savings or better MPG cars? I don't even recall any one there bringing up the subject.
So then, the only loser in this discussion, and in any discussion in which you "participate", is you, since you don't really contribute anything, and when you do have something to say, it's always wrong-headed and ignorant and completely lacking in facts. That would indicate that, your posts are based on idiocy.
BTW, the Charge is still around, and so are many other gas-guzzlers, but, the point being discussed, is the average MPGs of automakers' car fleets. But, you wouldn't even understand that point, and so, you're only contribution is to be insulting without bothering to contribute anything of value.
So, the way you approach any subject, not only makes you a loser, but an idiot.