Honda to recall 410,000 vehicles for brake issue

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Honda Motor Co. says it is recalling about 410,000 Odyssey minivans and Element small trucks because of problems with the brake pedals.

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Since: Oct 09

Tallahassee, FL

#1 Mar 16, 2010
Good. Why does anyone in this country own one of these pieces of shit? Honda, even the name radiates look at me I'm just a stupid fking yuppie! And they are, or little punks that think they’re race cars. I love that.
Banzai

United States

#3 Mar 16, 2010
The Japanese just can't seem to get themselves out of the Kamikaze mentality!
Chylloh

United States

#4 Mar 16, 2010
This is not about other countries having auto plants in America. How long have they been here?

This is about, other countries in America, providing hundred of jobs for americans and they are not......UNIONIZED.

This is the Obama Admin. trying to push these companies out or to become unionized so he may have power over them and the money from the profits.

Over 200,000 employees work for Toyoto in America.

Over 350,000 employees work for Honda in America.

This is over 1/2 million jobs at stake here, asked yourself why?

Asked yourself how long each company has been working in America before this game started?

Asked yourself how many other malfunctions by American auto companies have recalls but because many are unionized, no need to go after them.

Either way you look at this, over a 1/2 million employees (american) are at stake when we are at a time where millions of jobs are lossed monthly.

Hope and Change we did not count on.
progressive

Lamoni, IA

#5 Mar 16, 2010
so you want to let people die because you hate unions, huh?
Rich lawyers

United States

#6 Mar 16, 2010
Chylloh wrote:
This is not about other countries having auto plants in America. How long have they been here?
This is about, other countries in America, providing hundred of jobs for americans and they are not......UNIONIZED.
This is the Obama Admin. trying to push these companies out or to become unionized so he may have power over them and the money from the profits.
Over 200,000 employees work for Toyoto in America.
Over 350,000 employees work for Honda in America.
This is over 1/2 million jobs at stake here, asked yourself why?
Asked yourself how long each company has been working in America before this game started?
Asked yourself how many other malfunctions by American auto companies have recalls but because many are unionized, no need to go after them.
Either way you look at this, over a 1/2 million employees (american) are at stake when we are at a time where millions of jobs are lossed monthly.
Hope and Change we did not count on.
550,000 Honda and Toyota employees and they're all busy fixing defective Hondas and Toyotas!
liner

Rocky Point, NY

#7 Mar 16, 2010
-yernogood wrote:
Good. Why does anyone in this country own one of these pieces of shit? Honda, even the name radiates look at me I'm just a stupid fking yuppie! And they are, or little punks that think they’re race cars. I love that.
Believe it or not, everyone who owns a Honda isn't a fing yuppie, or a little punk. Most are normal, everyday Americans. Really!

Since: Oct 09

Tallahassee, FL

#8 Mar 16, 2010
liner wrote:
<quoted text>
Believe it or not, everyone who owns a Honda isn't a fing yuppie, or a little punk. Most are normal, everyday Americans. Really!
Yep I've heard tell of this.
Chylloh

United States

#9 Mar 16, 2010
progressive wrote:
so you want to let people die because you hate unions, huh?
It is happening in every auto maker, is the point. Yet, the gov. is all about unionizing so they may gain and will only attack the ones that are not in the union. Do you really think our gov. cares about saving lives, hahahahahahahahahaha.
Chylloh

United States

#10 Mar 16, 2010
Rich lawyers wrote:
<quoted text>550,000 Honda and Toyota employees and they're all busy fixing defective Hondas and Toyotas!
Not all.

Then in your conclusion, we would need to point out all the other businesses in America plus the imports from places like China and Mexico which are defected, wouldn't we.

We are still receiving imports and bus. all over America are still producing defective material or produce.

Yet, no problem with any of them, is it?

This is not about defectiveness, especially after over 20 years of buying Toyota and Honda's products but about Obama wanting to unionize ever company, so he and his pals can have ownership of it.

When the government gets too big, it is a tyranny.

I am thinking, every rat came out of their hole and contacted the lawyer for what--------money.

Not all but the majority, some are actually real.

No problems till now, is anyone thinking why?
Storm Clouds

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Mar 17, 2010
This would never have happened if workers were paid a decent wage and benefits.
Cheapo Honda

United States

#14 Mar 17, 2010
Storm Clouds wrote:
This would never have happened if workers were paid a decent wage and benefits.
The Japanese are notorious for underpaying their workers and providing only skimpy benefits. Their medical benefits are substandard.

Since: Oct 09

Tallahassee, FL

#15 Mar 17, 2010
Long live the Union!!!
the other wyte meeting

Peebles, OH

#16 Mar 17, 2010
they get equal billing in the soft ware scandal
First Class Jerk

Philadelphia, PA

#17 Mar 17, 2010
Geez, now that the US Government is in the auto business, they'll do anything to smear the competition. Who is overseeing the business tactics of GM whilst the US Government is its primary owner? Can you say 'conflict of interest'?
Storm Clouds

Saint Paul, MN

#18 Mar 17, 2010
Cheapo Honda wrote:
<quoted text>The Japanese are notorious for underpaying their workers and providing only skimpy benefits. Their medical benefits are substandard.
Yep. Have you seen Michael Moores new film 'Captalism: A Love Story?' Highly recommended. Saw it last night, an outstanding political statement.
Bill

Secaucus, NJ

#19 Mar 17, 2010
Wow - such comments.

Fact - the Japanese-owned car companies with plants in the US pay well, and provide good benefits...they do this so that the American employees will not be compelled to join unions. Of course, that is also part of the reason that they locate many plants outside of the Midwest...Southerners are less likely to go Union.

Fact - Domestic auto manufacturers have had shoddy quality for a couple of decades, though it is increasing.

Fact - not sure why The Woodchuck went on a tear about WWII. We won WWII, but lost the 2nd half of the 20th century to Asia by outsourcing our technology development and manufacturing. That is why they "own" us now.

Since: Oct 09

Tallahassee, FL

#20 Mar 17, 2010
Bill wrote:
Wow - such comments.
Fact - the Japanese-owned car companies with plants in the US pay well, and provide good benefits...they do this so that the American employees will not be compelled to join unions. Of course, that is also part of the reason that they locate many plants outside of the Midwest...Southerners are less likely to go Union.
Fact - Domestic auto manufacturers have had shoddy quality for a couple of decades, though it is increasing.
Fact - not sure why The Woodchuck went on a tear about WWII. We won WWII, but lost the 2nd half of the 20th century to Asia by outsourcing our technology development and manufacturing. That is why they "own" us now.
Your facts are wrong Bill.

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