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Japanese Cars Banned In North Korea

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Hmmm while the enemy of your enemy is sometimes automatically your

friend this is not one of those cases. Screw No. Korea, maybe they will

join us someday in the 21st century. As far as Japanese cars they may

suck but not as much as socialism.

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siegen    20

that guy is a tard. I suppose he should cut down all the tree's too if one falls over and blocks his path (he probably would), just to make sure it never happens again.

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haha he hates every other country that makes cars (south korean, china, the US, russia) maybe some euro cars? chryler! DCX can import all the sebrings, compasses, and avengers that dont get sold and say they are a german company. quick! before hyundai buys chryler cuz then it wont work

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regfootball    234

no, the dude read consumer reports and bought a tundra and one of his camms blew schrapnel over his throttle foot.

he's just getting some revenge.

(and i know the turd is made in US but I assume even the Koreans are told Japanese brand cars are better than anything else)

Edited by regfootball

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aaaantoine    4

As little as I'd miss them, I realize it would be worse for consumer choice to ban Japanese cars. More competition means better cars from everyone, and some of their cars aren't bad.

That isn't to say I wouldn't mind crippling their sales to this country somehow... You know, stoop to MITI's level of economic control...

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mustang84    12

As little as I'd miss them, I realize it would be worse for consumer choice to ban Japanese cars. More competition means better cars from everyone, and some of their cars aren't bad.

That isn't to say I wouldn't mind crippling their sales to this country somehow... You know, stoop to MITI's level of economic control...

I wouldn't want to see Japanese car companies pull out either, they deserve a lot of the credit for lighting a fire under Detroit's ass to get back in the game. But it's good to see some of them getting pushed off their high horses now and then. Edited by mustang84

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