Andrew Fox writes,

Those Occupy Wall Street-types in their tents at MacPherson Square? If they really, truly are bugged by corporate welfare, they need to schlep their signs and their chants and their anger over to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Right now. Because the Fisker Karma is where the rubber meets the road when it comes to corporate welfare.

Read the whole thing. Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for the pointer.

It was the Fisker loan that made me give Nobel Laureate Energy Secretary Steven Chu the Wesley Mouch award, before any of us had heard of Solyndra.