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  • stephenjfoy stephenjfoy Apr 4, 2014 1:49 PM Flag

    ALL affected cars should be replaced with a brand new one!

    GM should "do the right thing" and replace all recalled cars with a new model of the customer's choice (Cadillac's and Corvette's excluded, of course). Yup, that is the mentality out there now. People looking for handouts can smell blood in the water, and now they are clamoring over one another to get something for free. So what if their particular vehicle has never experienced any problems THEY STILL DEMAND COMPENSATION! They are being inconvenienced by having to drop the car off (even though they get a free loaner). They say the resale value has dropped (but wait, if they are getting new improved parts, wouldn't the car be worth more after the recall???). This "give me something for free" mentality is very dangerous. It's dangerous to the people who think that way and dangerous to the country as a whole.

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    • (((((Yup, that is the mentality out there now. People looking for handouts can smell blood in the water, and now they are clamoring over one another to get something for free. So what if their particular vehicle has never experienced any problems THEY STILL DEMAND COMPENSATION! They are being inconvenienced by having to drop the car off (even though they get a free loaner). They say the resale value has dropped (but wait, if they are getting new improved parts, wouldn't the car be worth more after the recall???). This "give me something for free" mentality is very dangerous. It's dangerous to the people who think that way and dangerous to the country as a whole.)))))

      These MFers took FIFTY BILLION from US for free. What did WE get out of it? A $10B shortage?

      They stiffed the whole country and now you act surprised the public wants to slip them a hard one.

      /rd

    • Dangerous for gm which is a fine thing.

 
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