Where ever you got your stats..."67% of profits go back to Japan and what's left stays here" that point is moot, because you are the one who knows nothing about economics.U might think that Toyota is built here but it is designed and made In Japan. And for your information, since you know nothing on economics, 67% of profits go back to Japan and what's left stays here. So again, go Team Chevy! And congrats to Jimmie and Chad !!
Economics 101: "Profits" is the least of your concern, because "Profits" is what flows to investors/owners and reinvested back into the company. "Profits" are relatively small compared to gross revenues. "Revenue" is what we are concerned about, and more importantly "Expenses". Take Toyota's plant in Blue Springs, MS as an example. The plant employs 2000 people. Thats 2000 people who draw a paycheck from Toyota Corp, who take that paycheck and spend it on food, clothing, ect ect ect, in and around the Blue Spring MS area, which in turn earns more money for other people with buisnesses around the Blue Springs MS area. Thats the "multiplier effect" of a dollar. The "multiplier effect" far exceeds any "profits" that are going off to Wonderland somewhere. That Toyota Corrola you see driving down the road that rolled off the assembly line in Blue Springs MS did more for American families and fed more American children than the "American" counterpart produced south of the boarder. Buying an "American" car manufacted and imported from outside of America is probably one of the bigest "anti-american" things one could do.