Monday, June 1, 2009

What's Good for General Motors

Now that we taxpayers own GM, I did a few minutes of research on some of the vehicles our company has for sale. I found that we have some pretty well-rated products out there, like the Chevy Malibu, a solid mid-sized sedan; the luxurious Cadillac CTS; the Chevy Avalanche, for those who need a big truck; the sporty Pontiac G8 and Chevy Camaro; and the legendary Corvette. Anyone in the market for a new car would probably find some excellent deals on any of these models.

Buy a new car from our company and you will not only be getting a good deal for yourself, but you will help lift the stock price of our company, and that is the only way we are going to be able to get a decent return on our money when we sell our stock back into private hands. It is not often people can satisfy their self-interest, and feel patriotic at the same time.


  1. Hardly. I sell cars for a living and the resale of these vehicles is tumbling faster than a lead weight from a 10 story building.

  2. I'm sure that is true, so I am trying to do what I can to stimulate demand.

  3. They make some nice cars just be sure to hold on to it for a while.

  4. New re-sale calculation available for GM products -->

    Take the Blue Book or NASD guide value
    divide that number by your phone number

    GM produced some fine automobiles, but ultimately was sacked under the weight of the union labor cost. Sad part is, the unions are about the only ones that came out of the BK alright in the deal. Go figure