Re: Chrysler Today...GM Tomorrow?
- From: "P" <someone@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 13:45:02 -0400
"Too_Many_Tools" <too_many_tools@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Apr 30, 12:28 pm, "edi...@xxxxxxxxxxx" <edi...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Apr 30, 12:58 pm, Too_Many_Tools <too_many_to...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The Bush legacy just keeps giving and giving...
No - not the Bush legacy, but the legacy of Klinton's "free trade."
WAY too few good jobs left outside the auto industry to make enough
Americans comfortable buying new cars anymore - because Klinton's
"free trade" policy sent the good jobs to Mexico and Asia.
A question...does the United States need to produce cars in today's
BETTER question - does the same American car market that supported
basically only the Big Three 35 years ago have any ability to support
them PLUS Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, and a whole slew of other
foreign makes now?
http://www.Internet-Gun-Show.com- your source for hard-to-find stuff!
Good question....I would say "No" and that is why we are seeing the
domestic companies tanking.
And if that all transpires as you seem to believe (hope?) it will, how will
you fare in the manufacturing world?
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