Forget GM. Here's one analyst's view. When I look around locally at the
number of Toyotas around and hear the comments from owners I wonder "if
forget about Ford" is also a wise move. This auto industry mess is not over
by a long shot. The taxpayers will soon get fed up with all the shenanigans
of our federal gov'ts. The key to the mess is to protect yourself as much as
possible and perhaps make a little money while you're at it. No one else is
looking out for you.
And think of the social problem it is going to create when people realize
the biggest debtors in the land, the governments have no intentions of
anti-up on CPP and the services they promised. Far too many are counting on
government for a bailout. Might see 65 year olds out there saying "We pay
people more to immigrate than the people who built this society." Or maybe,
"Got billions for business but nothing for the people?" as bailout
corruption has broken the ice of taboo.
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