Friday, February 19, 2010

Why go after Toyota?

Excerpt: Just follow the bouncing ball.

GM now stands for Government Motors, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party. It serves no substantial purpose beyond converting taxpayer money into union money.

Democrats and unions go together like Democrats and corruption. Or unions and corruption. Unions provide legwork, volunteers, stuffed ballot boxes, and billions of dollars in campaign funds to Democrats. Democrats funnel billions in taxpayer money back to unions through earmarks and front groups like ACORN. Democrats also pass extremely union-friendly (aka anti-freedom, anti-business) laws, and fill bureaucracies with union-friendly people who generate and enforce union-friendly policies of all sorts. GM can convert more money to union money if it actually sells cars.

Toyota is the biggest automaker in the world, and currently runs a close second to GM as the biggest seller in the United States.

Toyota’s superior quality of vehicles is undisputed by any serious industry professional, and by most Americans. GM merits at best a ho-hum in quality. Chrysler stinks.

Many Americans reflexively revolted against GM when they became Government Motors.

Toyota has factories in 8 states with 35,000 employees. They are not unionized.

You see where this is going, right?

Did you hear about Toyota?

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