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Volt, GM still can't get a break from the media

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I see him getting lambasted for this article. Near-dead?!?! WTF?!?! Does he smoke crack in his spare time or what?

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GM a "near-dead" company. :lol:

I see a mention of something costing $979, which I assume is the penalty cost attached to each model that does not adhere to the new CAFE regulations. Let me say that it is a small cost when you add it onto a car, and a price I would not mind paying one bit, if it means I can get to buy what I really want.

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GM intends to beat Toyota at its own game of selling bogus green symbolism to Washington and Hollywood.

Lol. He speaks the truth!

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Interesting. I can't decide which side of the fence he is on. At first, I thought he was merely slamming General Motors, but then he allows a full frontal slam against Toyota to go unchallenged.

Sounds to me like the author himself isn't convinced about all the hype around CAFE and hybrids.

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Lol. He speaks the truth!

True that :D

As far as the WSJ... They've been avid Detroit haters for years, what makes any of you think they intend to stop? Detroit has made competitive, and dare I say, excellent (in some segments) vehicles for years. Yet the media continues it's tirade. And it will until there is no Detroit to profit from.

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