Re: General Motors is still number one

There are millions of buyers that bought trucks in 2005 that do not agree with you personal opinion. GM and Ford individually sold more trucks in
2005 than Toyota, Lexus and Scion sold cars, truck and SUVs combined LOL
mike hunt

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Number one RIP off
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Also:
a) Number one in losing money. b) Number one in overpaying their executives. c) Number one to produce lousy models year after year. d) Number one in layoffs. e) and the first major corporation to achieve junk bond status on their credit rating
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wrote:

Neither MCI / Worldcom and Enron maintained their good credit ratings in recent history. Nor did Ford, whose credit was reduced to junk bond status at the same time as GM's.
Jeff
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