roostierooster855, on 27 February 2012 - 07:20 PM, said:
wow really, re read what i said. I basically agreed with you and said im not happy about it. And yes there are still a lot of american cars and trucks assembled here in the us but EVEN IF THEY ARE NOT, THE MONEY STILL COMES BACK TO THE USA GET ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. God dam listen up, you wanna sit here and battle it come on lets go keep it coming cause really at this point seems like you dont really respect your country and love you pos foreign cars, why are you defending theme. once again i can not say it enough, even if a GM car is built in Canada, the money still comes back to USA because its a American owned company, get it, not hard to understand bud. But go ahead i wanna hear your opinion. And dont even say foreign cars are better if you say anything like that just dont even reply please.
You seem to fail to grasp the point I made in the prior post-once again:
"We" don't own Chrysler anymore than "we" own Toyota or Honda-they're publicly traded companies, owned, bought and sold on the stock exchange daily by individuals, funds and corporations around the globe.
GM isn't anymore an "American Owned" company than Honda is.
I buy my automobiles based upon quality, value, reliability and suitability for my purpose. Currently there is two GM products (even though one has a Honda powertrain) in my stable (and they will be the last GM products I ever buy), along with two Ford's.
No foreign-badged stuff, unless you count all the foreign badged dirt-bikes.
PS-if you really respect your nation, you'd recognize it as a proper noun, and capitalize it.