In a recent post on the Pullins Report, Scott wrote something that I actually agree with: that ethanol plants are good news for Ohioans.
Well, some Ohioans. Specifically, those who grow corn.
Unfortunately, Scott doesn’t seem to understand the difference between Ethanol and Biodiesel, at one point labeling them both “hybrid fuels”. He also has almost all of his facts wrong.
He ends his piece like this:
So to sum up, biodiesel is vastly cheaper for consumers, it is produced here, not in the Middle East, and the vehicles that run it get vastly better gas mileage, with more horsepower. What’s not to like about Ethanol?
My intention here is not to pick on Scott Pullins- ok, well, maybe a little. 😉 But more importantly, I thought I’d correct his facts:
cents per gallon