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  • gerbel2831 gerbel2831 Aug 23, 2012 5:31 PM Flag

    Same old people on this GM board

    I hadn't looked at it in months, but see a lot of you are here who bashed on the old company. Aren't you glad GM got rescued? Otherwise, what would you be doing now? Hopefully something more productive.

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    • cobut,you are beyond a shadow of a dought the biggest bigot to ever post your hate on a message board.Who is it that works for the uaw that you hate so much?Your always calling others bigots to cover up your own bigotry.The other posters are backing their own country that has every race,creed,color and religion,you on the other hand only like japanese car makers?Who`s the real bigot?

    • You ignorant phuck...

      Here's my post:

      <And YOU know that the US is the most profitable market in the world and the 2nd largest only to China.>

      What is the problem MORON? Isn't that clear enough? Is there a problem with any facts in that sentence or are you just too dumb? OR, are you just simply looking for a schoolyard scuffle?

      P.S. GM was indeed #1 globally last year and surrendered that just recently to toyoDUH.

      Satisfied, you phuck?

    • cobrawolverine@sbcglobal.net cobrawolverine Aug 24, 2012 3:34 PM Flag

      In other words, you just won't admit to being wrong.

      That's OK, we are used to that from you by now.

      So once again, you will only use US numbers to get your point across, but fail to mention that GM is not #1 globally.

      Now if GM were #1, I know you would have used those numbers instead. Once a bigot, always a bigot.

    • Gawd you're dense!

      <You are a few months behind, China IS the largest auto market in the world.>

      Hey bonehead, please see my post where I CLEARLY indicated that China is the largest market. The US, however, is the most profitable, which I also indicated.

      <Also, seeing how GM cannot survive alone on just the US market, it's ignorant to just use those numbers.>

      OK captain obvious...
      Or is it captain oblivious?

    • cobrawolverine@sbcglobal.net cobrawolverine Aug 24, 2012 2:14 PM Flag

      'These facts are relevant '

      Seeing how you do not have the facts straight, is also relevant.

      You are a few months behind, China IS the largest auto market in the world.

      Also, seeing how GM cannot survive alone on just the US market, it's ignorant to just use those numbers.

      No apology needed for fixing your mistake.

    • John,

      The CEO is Akerson, not Akerman.

      Bet he gets this all the time and hates it.

      -web

    • POST THE LIE FROM AKERMAN..just a source...you can't.

      He has been a stand up guy....liar and AKERMAN don't mix

    • <You limit your facts to US market only...and we know that these companies are global companies.>

      And YOU know that the US is the most profitable market in the world and the 2nd largest only to China.

      These facts are relevant

    • That may have been true back in the day, but it does not apply to today?
      It sure the hell does.
      Corporate greed, arrogance, and deception are what drove GM to BK. The fact that Akerman still lies about the Volt's success and their global annual sales show that the elements of failure are still present.
      Based on your accounts, the steering wheels never fell off Chevy Cruze and ALL Sonics come with brake pads.

    • cobrawolverine@sbcglobal.net cobrawolverine Aug 24, 2012 12:20 PM Flag

      'making it GM's second-best selling car behind the Malibu '

      That's not saying much there....

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