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GM to pull the plug on Pontiac

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posted on Apr, 25 2009 @ 03:28 PM
reply to post by cautiouslypessimistic

GM going bankrupt, Chrysler going bankrupt, Ford declaring Q1 losses
of over 1 billion.

It all points to the inevitable conclusion they will ship almost all jobs
overseas like GM's new plant in India and Russia.

68 Visa's to bring in cheap labor was not enough so they ignored the
border issue and millions of border jumpers come across to work
jobs here also.

Most ppl do not have a clue what is coming til it is too late.

The Plutocrats are looting the Treasury on the way out, and ppl
are waiting for their hope and change to show up.

The never ending bailouts plus stimulus break the 12 trillion mark,
and they will not stop there.

The derivatives are found to be over 700 trillion with a T, and will crush
the economies of several countries went they let go.

The credit card crisis is right around the corner.

Pontiac is but one of many road signs on the road to hell.

We are all well on the way to hell here in the US that the 3rd world
has known for some time.

Good Luck to you all !

posted on Apr, 25 2009 @ 03:35 PM
reply to post by PopeyeFAFL

The only Pontiac that had real nostalgia as far as I know was the
Pontiac Firebird and the Pontiac Trans Am.

They were hot rods of the 70's and 80's crowd.

I remember my first ride in a 6.6 litre Trans Am.

It was a friggin rocket.

Now a days with the prior gas crunch it is not practical at all,
but back when gas was 90 cents a gallon it was good fun with
friends on a friday night on the strip, hehe.

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