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Thu 10:55 am: GM posts best sales month of 2012

January 3, 2013

WARREN – General Motors Co.’s U.S....

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Jan-04-13 1:46 PM

ThommEE: I can get a golf cart for a lot less-than your over priced Volt.

Volt's are for people that don't know what to do with their money.

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Jan-04-13 7:01 AM

Remember, GM isn't paying any Corporate Taxes, ZERO-on the first 45 Billion in profit, nothing goes to the the Treasury.. TAXPAYERS GET NOTHING,GM is on Corporate Welfare.

Besides the ugly truth, it even gets uglier for the average American worker. GM received a $110,000,000,000.oo dollar refund from the Treasury Dept. So the $7,000 bonuses paid to the worker, acutally came from the US Treasury.

The question of the day should have been, Should the US Treasury send a check to GM?

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Jan-04-13 12:02 AM

Bailout money for sure!!!!! Obama will let 'em slide!!!!!

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Jan-03-13 5:06 PM

@Zenieth, perfect tone def argument, 10/10. Would read again!

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Jan-03-13 11:59 AM

owning several new chevys over the years, our new VOLT is the most impressive we have had. The fit, finish and the 99 MPG we are getting make it an amazing vehicle. Kudos to all involved in making this great step forward in American cars!

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Jan-03-13 11:07 AM

Great news for the industry and the local assembly plant employees. As far as the company goes. GM isn't as respectful as it was twenty years ago. Sad in the way they have treated people who ultimately made the company what it is today. Oh I forget, the billions $$$$$$$ in bailout money .........

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