Well, if your competition can sell below costs, financed by the taxpayers...
well it becomes destructive to the industry. In the end, all consumers will
Even Toyota can't make money when faced with competing with the US treasury.
It is clearly an anti-competative move. Obama is a hypocrite if he thinks
Government Motors, USSR. Government at Liberty with taxpayers dollars.
Mike has always been a turd in a punchbowl. In another group this name
to be Afroamerican.
I dont know who or what he is, except traditionally combative and
He seems to have no real expertise on anything.
I killfiled him a long time ago.
I drive a F150, one of the highest foreign content trucks in it's class. A
whopping amount of non-union parts from Mexico.
My next one will be 100% UAW/CAW free. They sold out their fellow workers
union and non-union.
What makes you believe the Mexican auto workers are not unionized? How many
of the Jap assembly plant in the US have the benefits of a union?
Except for the Tacoma, made in a union plant, how many parts in a Toyota are
made by union workers?
Why does the average Toyota, assembled in the US of "world sourced parts
according to Toyota," by workers with far fewer benefits and lower wages
than union workers, cost 20% to 30% MORE to drive home from the dealership
than domestics brands of the same size and similarly equipped, according to
the US Department of Commerce site?
Curious isn't it?
No worry, I am getting the next one offshore. I want zero CAW/UAW in the
Actually, you should pull you head out of your arse for this.
Many Toyota vehicle employ and have more NA content than do GMs. Take the
Volt, comes to NA in 10 easy pieces. Essentially assembled, but not made
Take a cup of reality-juice. You are in dire need of it.
Sell Price is determined by Demand, not Build Cost.
Toyota did it right with their sedans.
Instead of putting effort into fins, chrome, and fluff.
they just kept improving reliability.
American consumers are not that stupid.
When you're putting down close to $20,000 for a new car,
you want reliability.
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