Lt. Gen. (Ret.) W.G. (Jerry) Boykin
Friday, September 24, 2010
Yale King relates his story of losing his GM and Chrysler dealership during government intervention in General Motors. Contrary to portrayal in the media, the dealerships that were shut down did not demonstrate poor performance. 789 of the approximately 790 dealers who were targeted to lose their dealerships supported the Republican party. This calls in to question the motives of those who ran this government intervention since car dealerships in general are not a liability to car manufacturers, they are an asset.
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