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    Tag: William C Durant

    GM Schedules Roll Out Of Two New Models

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Sep 23, 2011 at 11:18:38 AM EST
    Tags: Government Motors, GM, Cadillac, Michigan, William C Durant, China, Promoting Communism (all tags)

    Detroit - General Motors today announced the roll out of two new hybrid vehicles, one called the "Hammer," and the other, "Sickle."  The ultra compact 3 cylinder combination solar/ethanol vehicles will be a new part of the Cadillac line, and will be available only in the color blood red, and scheduled to be available for the 75th anniversary of the Chinese cultural revolution of 1939.

    OK, suck the morning coffee back through your nose. Its not real. But why should I even have to note THAT fact?  Its absurd, right?

    Truth of the matter, is that nearly nothing can be ruled out as absurd any longer.  From this current administration to the entities that have somehow become the responsibility of the nation's taxpayers, the separation of government and business has collapsed to the point that it is LOGICAL to expect such ridiculous arrangements as the opening paragraph presented.  

    Especially when seeing this:

    "The CCP's state-run China Film Group produced a big-budget propaganda film called "The Birth of a Party," or depending on how the title is translated, "The Great Achievement of Founding the Party."  The latter sounds more like what they were shooting for.  The "chief business partner" in this venture was General Motors brand Cadillac ..."

    Yeah. Government Motors has never been so real.

    William C Durant has now rolled fully over in his grave.  The high school drop out turned manufacturer, would surely be SICK to see what has happened to the company he once used to bring together a great number of models and makes.

    Good Luck GM. Never again.

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