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13 Deaths Tied to 57-Cent Part

GM raked over coals on 10-year recall delay

April 2, 2014

WASHINGTON — The fix for a faulty ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have cost just 57 cents, members of Congress said Tuesday as they demanded answers from General Motors’ new CEO on......

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Apr-02-14 10:15 PM


Without Carnegie, Frick, Westinghouse, Heinz, Mellon, Morgan, Vanderbilt, Hill, Gould and Rockefeller and others, we would not have:

US Steel, Westinghouse Electric, KDKA, Heinz Foods, Alcoa, Bank of New York Mellon, Chevron, most of our railroads, the Frick Building, Frick Park, Frick Museum, Frick Art Collection, the National Gallery in Washington, 3,000 + public libraries, NYU, Carnegie-Mellon, Exxon Mobil, JP Morgan Chase bank, the Carnegie Science Center, Carnegie Hero Fund, Battery Park City, railroad air brakes, nuclear reactors, alternating current and a thousand other great things.

What have Barry Obummer and GM given us, besides bailouts and bankruptcy law violations?

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Apr-02-14 6:40 PM

Just think, the jets in the sky are also made with cheap chinese parts!!

And the lemmings are willing to risk their lives every day flying at 600mph in a plane that was built with the CHEAPEST made in China parts and refurbished by the CHEAPEST labor force they can find outside the country!

And Toyota for example demands that it's parts suppliers provide the same parts year after year at a CHEAPER price!!

So a few tears after a model is introduced, it's made of junk parts

They ALL do it because the ignorant American consumers are still willing to pay the same price for JUNK as they did for QUALITY cars that were 100% AMERICAN made!

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Apr-02-14 2:23 PM

I've said this before and I will continue to say it. The Andrew Carnegies, Henry Clay Fricks and others like them are still alive, they just have different names today.

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Apr-02-14 8:39 AM

the "old" general motors was good.people running these companies aren't so good these days.profit is all that matters's cars are as good as anybody's.some person or persons failed here****pany officials.

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Apr-02-14 7:19 AM

So why did the tax payer bail them out? As I said then let them sink or swim without my help! In the 1930's the US had over 200 car makers. If GM had failed someone would have picked-up the slack.

It is not the job of goberment (with tax payer money) to get involved in the for-profit business model!

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