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yeah, good stuff. get some import humpers to read that, I doubt it would sink in, though.

We should rename this thread so more folks notice its content.

Protectionism for American producers doesn’t mean subsidizing them – it means protecting them against unfair subsidies granted to foreign producers. It means eliminating subsidies for any nation or producer. Just like in a poker game, if you want to sit at the table and share in the pot, you have to ante-up equally just like everyone else. The pot in this case is the lucrative U.S. market, and if foreign companies want access to it, they need to bear the burdens of the American system equally with American companies.

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I am glad someone is pointing out the truth. People automatically assume people here are blind GM loyalists. I support GM because I want to keep people employed. By not supporting them you will end up supporting the workers with your taxes. That is not even the case. You see the truth for what it is. I already know Toyota was not hot in its home country. The American journalists and critics and analyst need to get a clue before they will be writing "remember when we had an industry".

The government needs to step up. The sad thing is most of us here have jobs and benefits and still cannot afford to get sick because of the HMO's and co pay. They work you to death and expect you to perform at a 100% .

Things need to change in the country in a major way..

One fundamental thing.. You have to get in order to get.


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