General Motors, Channel Stuffing And The Return Of 2008
ZIP | July 10, 2012 10:11 pm
whatever came of “dealergate”? Where dealerships in staunch Republican districts were shut down, even though profitable?
Supreme Court precedent has already been set. Next, as a function of living and breathing, Americans MUST buy a GM car. You don’t want to? Then you will have to pay the tax set forth.
Setting up for a second bailout.
A 79% increase in June of Government purchase of GM vehicles,fuck,fuck,fuck! Total corruption!!
Anyone seen or heard one of our go alone to get along r’s??? Didn’t think so!!!
FYI, anyone notice the gun manufacters and ammo manufactuers that Soro’s and co. have bought up???? Marlin was purchased and now they are closing the doors! All part of their underhanded strategy!!! They have purchased about a dozen companies so far
FYI, on the same note shillary off to the UN today to sign the small arms treaty! Fuck,fuck,fuck!!!!
In Re dealergate – can’t speak to Chrysler, but I know the guy who made the list for GM dealers, and flat out asked him. He assured me that there was a complex formula that took into account profitability and proximity (to other dealers) and several other factors. Political alignment was NOT one of them. As he’s an ‘anti BS conservative O’Hater’ I’m inclined to believe him.
@Harrison – don’t hold your breath – I am still pissed off that two local dealerships were closed in my area in NJ – and both in Republican areas. I refuse to go to the one I was “assigned” in a heavily dem area about a dozen miles away. The thing about the closures was worse than even publicized. Not only did employees (Repub/Dem/Ind) of the dealerships lose their jobs, but Chrysler subsequently sent a letter out to local owners that they would not honor any warranty work done by the Chrysler trained and former Chrysler mechanics left at the dealership that tried to stay open (it was also the leading used-Chrysler dealership in the region). As far as I know, that was not legal to do. The dealership was stripped of its new car sales dealership, but I don’t believe Chrysler had any right (or the federal government for that matter) in forcing the firm out of business by denying them the very same business rights that are enjoyed by local mechanics in any town in NJ. If you go to a manufacturer trained mechanic, and he is independent – he can indeed perform warranty work on your car in NJ.
America is being criminally and un-Constitutionally abused by its government on a daily basis.