Obama is gauranteeing the warranty of your GM, Chrysler auto will be in place if the automakers go down. This doesn't sound like he is too sure the good old government can keep them sustainable. These companies were given bailout money, your money and mine. Now they Government is saying Americans will make sure your car is taken care of if those companies go bankrupt(which is what they should have done in the first place) I'm sorry, I don't remember voting on this. This was our money, shouldn't we have a say? When will Americans stick up for themselves and their rightsAnswer Question
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Answer by akinbottom2 at 11:56 AM on Mar. 30, 2009
Sorry OP, but you're not financing my Chrysler warranty. My Chrysler piece of crap is nearly 10 years old and the warranty long expired. Talk to those who voted for Obama because I sure as heck didn't. They are the ones who got us into this mess.
So let's see here...they force GM's CEO out (o.k. maybe that's what should happen, but it shouldn't be because the gov't said so), yet they promised warranty coverage if the companies go bankrupt. First banks, now the auto industry. What are they going to take over next. Let's all say bye bye to capitalism folks.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:14 PM on Mar. 30, 2009