To quote the end of the video. "I bought my first cell phone when it was 1500 bucks now its 30 bucks, people are unwilling to be a beta tester on a first release of new technology." I also bought my first cell phone when it was the size of shoe box, weighted about 8 pounds and you had to mount an antenna on the side of the vehicle. (I don't remember it being 1500 bucks, but it was not cheap.)
With the exception of the right wing nutjob, they made lots of good statements about the problem with electric car sales. Most of what the intelligent analysts said on this video was that it is a battery problem - cost, range, weight and charging time. It is not a given that battery technology will increase rapidly enough to justify these cars at this point.
I do believe the EV is part of the variety of automobiles that will make up our future automobile culture. I am hopeful the technology will evolve fast enough that more of the population will decide it is right for them. But, it might be, we have a GM EV-1 problem which may not fly over the long run. The good news is I am buying my "EV-1" (Ford Focus), so they cannot take it back and destroy it this time.