GM reports $1.2B loss, says it shows ...

GM reports $1.2B loss, says it shows progress

There are 5 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Nov 16, 2009, titled GM reports $1.2B loss, says it shows progress. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

General Motors Co. says it lost $1.2 billion from the time it left bankruptcy protection through Sept.

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Free Lunch

Enola, PA

#1 Nov 16, 2009
We have purchased our last piece of AFL/CIO cobbled together junk.
FreeLunch

Enola, PA

#2 Nov 16, 2009
We have purchased our last Government Motors/ AFL/CIO piece of road drek.

“Freelance New Media Artist”

Since: May 07

Cleveland, OH

#3 Nov 16, 2009
Why to Buy Ford

Now that the Obamunist blob has engulfed GM and Chrysler, there is only one real American car company.

It even has the best commercials:



When FDR was imposing all manner of authoritarian moonbattery to prolong the Great Depression, businesses were strong-armed into displaying the Blue Eagle, which meant they had knuckled under to a long list of exceedingly intrusive government demands regarding operation, production levels, prices, working conditions, et cetera.

FDR and his thugocracy did all they could to discourage people from doing business with anyone who failed to climb aboard the Blue Eagle bandwagon.

The symbol was prominently displayed at GM and Chrysler dealerships, but at Ford dealerships, it was nowhere to be seen. Henry Ford derided the Blue Eagle as "Roosevelt's buzzard," and refused to allow bureauweenies to tell him how to run his company.

Today, Ford is the only Big Three company to resist "bailout" nationalization.

Maybe there's only been one truly American car company all along.
butch

AOL

#4 Nov 16, 2009
Jeffery Wright wrote:
Why to Buy Ford
Now that the Obamunist blob has engulfed GM and Chrysler, there is only one real American car company.
It even has the best commercials:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hkNznIobohoXX
When FDR was imposing all manner of authoritarian moonbattery to prolong the Great Depression, businesses were strong-armed into displaying the Blue Eagle, which meant they had knuckled under to a long list of exceedingly intrusive government demands regarding operation, production levels, prices, working conditions, et cetera.
FDR and his thugocracy did all they could to discourage people from doing business with anyone who failed to climb aboard the Blue Eagle bandwagon.
The symbol was prominently displayed at GM and Chrysler dealerships, but at Ford dealerships, it was nowhere to be seen. Henry Ford derided the Blue Eagle as "Roosevelt's buzzard," and refused to allow bureauweenies to tell him how to run his company.
Today, Ford is the only Big Three company to resist "bailout" nationalization.
Maybe there's only been one truly American car company all along.
Id rather buy an yugo than a ford! the ole man runs his car company like he does his lions, there both losers!
ThatsCrazy

Chambersburg, PA

#5 Nov 16, 2009
That is being the eternal optimist. When you can lose 1.2 million dollars of taxpayer money in 2 months +/- and say it is progress. How do these people that come up with this B.S. look at themselves in the mirror. I ctill believe we are now living in "Bazaro World".

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