By James A. Kidney I finally decided to buy a new car the other day. Wow, it is a cumbersome and annoying process. At the end, I was feeling helpless and victimized, and with no new car. Of course, as with everyone, I first went to the two dominant car dealerships — Regal and Demos. It was easy to get to them on Metro. They both have huge, bright dealerships on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol. The salesmen are very cheerful and upbeat, except if you walk out the door without buying a car. Then you get some flak. But the dealerships seem to promise all you would ever want in a car. That was the promise, but not the reality. At Regal, there were only two colors — white and green. The green was full of special features — satellite radio and tv, and … Read more of this post . . .