Thank you The Steady Drip for your reliable Steady Drip of “Common Sense.”
This pains me to declare:
Never again will I swoon over a GTO or a Corvette! Never again will I buy a General Motors product; not even a used one. The taint is too polluting. A car made by a socialist government and owned by socialist unions who stole the company from investors. Nope, just won’t do it!
Never again will I buy a Chrysler product. Not even a used one.
Ford is now my choice, new or used.
I totally agree with this Steady Drip reader:
I am with you. If I were on the board at Ford I would be making a red white and blue model with that little boy peeing on a hammer and sickle hood ornament.
June 10, 2009 11:04 AM
I also heard today on Glenn Beck’s radio show that Mr. Beck is backing off of his relationship with General Motors. Good for Glenn Beck!
If GM gets completely out of bed with the Obama Administration, I might consider buying another GM.
From the Washington Post, we now find out that members of Congress have invested in bailed out firms. Can you say conflict of interest?
Conflict-of-Interest Questions Arise
Top House lawmakers had considerable holdings in major financial institutions that took billions of dollars in taxpayer bailouts at the end of last year, according to annual financial disclosure reports released yesterday…
…Some ethics watchdogs were critical of members of Congress for investing directly in companies they oversee. “You wonder if they’re voting on things because it’s good for the country or because it would increase their personal wealth,” said Melanie Sloan, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.…Continue Reading