Know who your corporate friends are.
Since President Obama and Congress won’t stand-up for Americans against the demands of GM and Chrysler, then it is up to all of us to do so.
GM and Chrysler had no problem demanding billions of tax dollars to help their crumbling corporate infrastructures. Then, when that wasn’t enough they demanded more from the federal government and if they didn’t get it, they said they would enter bankruptcy.
Well, when GM and Chrysler enter bankruptcy it seems they still are taking more billions in tax dollars while closing dealerships all over the nation and laying-off thousands of employees. The Obama administration and a bi-partisan Congress appears to let GM and Chrysler do whatever they want to.
Consequently, it is time that Americans make a bold statement to GM and Chrysler by boycotting the products of these two renegade automakers.
Ironically, Ford Motors took an opposite stance. Ford did NOT want any taxpayer dollars to bail-out its manufacturing plants and corporate HQ. Instead, the company intelligently make good decisions to help its own cause by trimming its operations and developing more cost-effective goals. The American people should commend Ford and support its leadership and personnel unconditionally.
It is without hesitation that I recommend that Americans buy from Ford and boycott GM and Chrysler. You don’t have to be Einstein to see which of these companies acts responsibly, ethically and in the best interests of the American people.