Not very creative, huh? I strongly believe he lacks sentience. You're talking to a recording, I'm afraid. :(
It's less creative than you're insinuating. You're correct that it's a recording, but you're a generation removed from the source. Specifically, you missed the OP's post in that thread, a reply to one of my own, which read:
You don't know shit about animation, television, or marketing. Congratulations on trying to be a snob though, but you fail at that as well.
(You can find it on page five, I believe. It's below the threshhold and easy to miss, though it wasn't at the time of the post you quoted)
This fellow(the OP of this thread) seems to be under the impression that he can walk into a discussion and say this to people, and then when confronted with the fact that he's not actually contributing anything or making a valid argument, he's allowed to just do the verbose version of saying "NAH NAH NAH NAH I CAN'T HEAR YOU YOU ARE WRONG", which isn't right.
I heard that the commies are EVERYWHERE
The difference is while the 50s cry of Commies as a national threat was fear mongering propaganda, this is the cry that's been echoing through time far longer, has far more basis in empirical fact, and simply goes "we're the government, and we're here to help."
Meanwhile, if it was simply car manufacturers putting in these things to record measures to improve performance, safety, etc through thorough real world testing (in a way, much like Minecraft's little experiment of open beta testing), fine. You could simply choose a different car. Once it becomes invasive, mandated government observation, it 1) never goes away unless by extreme circumstance and 2) escalates, 100% of the time, without fail.
And on top of that, there's the whole pesky Constitution. They've managed to circumvent that by simply ignoring it, which goes a long way to showing how much trust you should put in them helping you along in this endeavor.
It's funny how you know nothing about the legal system or the Constitution.