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The Auto Bailout Failure Is Now Complete

LGreen311 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 12:35 PM
nothing GM could ever do will remove the stigma of 'Government Motors', at least not for anyone whom was old enough to see what happened and understand the final results. This was just yet another round of pay-backs to those whom backed Obama, at the expense of the tax-payers and all non-union workers associated, so sorry, all you get is a lump of coal, err, sorry no coal, it's bad for the environment, so I guess you just get nothing. Just like Solyndra and all the other now defunct companies Obama decided to invest our tax dollars in, without any consent from we the people.
AZhot Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 5:07 PM
I stuck with Garbage Motors cars because of my uncle. He worked for GM for years and I promised him I would never buy anything other than a GM product. I think even he would buy his cars elsewhere if he were still alive. I have bought my last GM product. The union ask holes can pound salt and starve!

You may recall that during the presidential election, the Treasury Department refused requests by General Motors to unload the government's stake in the giant automaker.

Taxpayers had sunk $50 billion into a union bailout in 2009 and were now proud owners of 26.5 percent of the struggling company. Reportedly, GM had growing concerns that the stigma of "Government Motors" was hurting sales in the United States. At the time, any transaction would have come at a steep loss to taxpayers and undermined the president's questionable campaign assertions that the auto union rescue had been a huge success.