Car sales do not bode well

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    GM Sales Drop 6%; Ford Sales Down 4%* - US Business News - CNBC

    GM Sales Drop 6%; Ford Sales Down 4%

    All three U.S. automakers reported lower-than-expected July auto sales on Wednesday as high U.S. unemployment and weak consumer confidence kept would-be buyers on the sidelines.

    This trend will continue with the weak Obama economic killing policies,good job obama you have scewed over this Country for generations to come........

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    I guess they cant make up their minds
     
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    July Sales:

    GM (down) 6.4%
    Ford (down) 4 %
    Toyota (up) 26.1%
    Chrysler (up ) 13%
    Nissan (up ) 16.2%
    Volkswagen (up) 27%
    Retail Sales Holding Strong


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    All 3 foreign car company sales are up, while 2 out of 3 domestic car company sales are down, and you think this is good for America?? :cuckoo:
     
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    Government Purchase of GM Vehicles Increased by 79% to Skew Sales Statistics, Stock Value

    It looks like General Motors will be throwing everything in but the kitchen sink to help fluff its second quarter earnings numbers. Taxpayers continue to help with the cause as President Obama campaigns on the “success” of GM following the manipulated bankruptcy process that cost taxpayers $50 billion and another $45 billion of tax credits gifted to GM to help protect powerful UAW interests. We now learn that government purchases of GM vehicles rose a whopping 79% in June.

    The discovery of the pick-up in government fleet purchases at the taxpayers’ expense comes just weeks before GM announces its second quarter earnings
     
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    Would you rather have them buy Hundais?
     

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