Declines in car sales may be bottoming out. The good news is that the boycott of General Motors called for by many seems to be having the intended effect! Keep it up! Buy FORD!!!
By ANDREW GROSSMAN and KATE LINEBAUGH
The three biggest car makers in America called a bottom to the long decline in U.S. auto sales as the industry reported its smallest monthly sales drop this year.
New-vehicle sales in June fell 28% from a year earlier to 860,000 cars and light trucks, according to the market-research firm Autodata Corp. That would be the smallest decline in any month this year….
…Meanwhile, though, many car makers continued to post significant declines. GM said its sales fell 33% to 174,785 vehicles, Chrysler Group LLC’s declined 42% to 68,297 and even Toyota’s were down 32% at 131,654.
Ford, the only one of the Big Three Detroit auto makers that didn’t require government bailout loans and stayed out of bankruptcy-court proceedings, reported its sales declined just 11%, to 154,873 cars and trucks. That total allowed Ford to outsell Toyota for the fourth straight month…Continue Reading
Best of all is the headline from Stockhouse:
Again I urge everyone to
SUPPORT FREEDOM – BOYCOTT GENERAL MOTORS AND CHYSLER!
ChiBama Politics –
Not only are the Boycotts of General Motors (GM) and Chrysler having the right effect, Michelle Malkin has a post up that indicates that Washington State Conservatives are giving GOP Rep. Dave Reichert a fit for his sellout America vote on Cap & Tax! America must stand for worthy principles if she has a chance of surviving as a decent place for our children to call HOME.
By Michelle Malkin • July 2, 2009 03:58 PM
I’m hearing from many old friends and readers that GOP Rep. Dave Reichert in Washington state is in hot water over his cap-and-tax vote.
KVI talk show host and GOP activist Kirby Wilbur says the vote was “make or break” for grass-roots conservatives in the 8th district. Party precinct officers, donors, and volunteers have been flooding phone lines in opposition to Reichert’s vote. Washington state conservatives on Facebook bombarded Wilbur’s page with hundreds and hundreds of comments after last Friday’s vote.
GOP party leaders have tried to quell the revolt, but are only digging themselves a deeper hole….Continue Reading