Everybody I have talked with in the last few days is violently opposed to
bailout money for GM. I am sure GM workers and enthusiasts dont feel this
Accountants for GM have said that failure of GM is essentially certain,
traditional volumes of sales can be maintained or improved. In an economy
where people are going out of work, where new car sales are in the area of
discretionary spending to a large degree, and where the apparent market has
dropped some 40%, it is very unlikely this will happen.
I think it may be time to turn off life support.
This would be a great time to pump up the parts departments with good
cheap parts. Everyone is back into the repair shops to keep the old
car going longer. Even transmission shops have seen an increase in
business over the last year. GM could do a good business if they could
match the corner parts store for price. But then, that might be too
easy a solution.
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