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This is the greatness of free enterprise...competition makes businesses sharper, more effeicient and better for the consumer. Wait till the government completely takes over and you will learn something. Only thing, it will be too late.
Quote from a GM employee (Gornment Motors) and here it is:
"I work for Cadillac and I am a life long GM fan, I am saddened that I no longer will purchase GM Cars. GM is now in bed with China and will probably be a chinese company soon. After the bailout GM moved a bulk of their Research and development to China (more lost jobs), Obama's bailout killed GM. Watch General motors becoming Chinese motors on you tube , it is quite shocking."...J.A.
If this doesn't spell the truth about a Prez who don't know and don't have a clue, we are doomed.
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