I was sitting and thinking about how furious I was about the fact that our own Federal government now owns part of two of the largest manufacturing entities in the United States of America. The decisions and behaviors of this government are unconscionable and the Federal government has no right to take my money and invest it in General Motors, Chrysler, or any other company for that matter. What is really scary is that the government is making the playing field uneven and could quite possibly harm Ford in the process. How do you compete with a government that can set its own rules I was raised a Chevy man. I owned a Chevy truck at 16 and a Chevrolet Camaro at 18. The quality and workmanship employed in the manufacture of Chevrolet products slowly deteriorated to the point where it was no longer good for me to invest my money. Over the last five years GM has worked to rectify the situation. Their engineering department has brought them back to a point of competitiveness with higher quality products that are worth owning and driving. Cadillac is once again a great luxury option, their trucks are great performers, the Chevrolet Volt is a neat solution to lessening our dependence on petroleum products, and the new Camaro brings back great memories of an American tradition. I was thoroughly excited at the prospect of owning a new Camaro or even a Chevrolet truck/SUV here in the next couple of years. All of GMâ
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