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December 9th, 2008
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  1. Dianne

    These CEO's have got to be held accountable from the "Big 3" to Wall Street. Not one penny of compensation should be paid to these idiots while one job is being lost. The "Haircuts" have got to go from the top down! Yes, help the auto worker out, the CEO's should be fired without pay but the workers and the UAW have given back a lot to keep their jobs. It is in no way their fault, they build what they are told to build. This comes down from management who is suppose to know what the hell they are doing. GM's CEO gets 15 million for loosing billions of dollars. This is absolutely insane. When was the last time Congress took a "Haircut"?

    December 9, 2008 at 6:35 pm |
  2. Alex Campbell

    I gave up waiting for the majors to build an electric car and bought one. They are available and I think the more people that purchase and use them the more major automakers will listen. If you want cleaner cars, spend your auto dollars on them.

    December 9, 2008 at 2:00 pm |
  3. earle,florida

    GM's pathetic progessive history is anti-american period! American ingenuity ,and innovation Five to Ten years from now will have every auto owner in a electric-hybrid vehicles driving down the highways ,and by-ways emmission free ,and (little,or no noise) silently,Wow! Just think,no more "Oil Barron's",holding a gun to our (Revenue from oil can go back into our coffers) backs? Fill-ups (daily)at the house/apt. electric-outlet will be good for 250 miles plus per two (cost of electricity) dollars fill-up. My new E-V Hybrid will have all the idiosyncrasies of todays "Iron Age Vehicles",with retractable solar-panels built-in for extended drives,besides powering my radio,A/C,LCD-I Screen,etc.,and to think it was all brought on by congress standing up to these thugs,...and putting the word "NO"back into their vocabulary. See ya in the future,and happy driving.

    December 9, 2008 at 12:45 pm |
  4. Sam Johnson

    I also watched "Who Killed the Electric Car." The car DID have distance issues, but there were and are people that the cars would be good for. I can see not making a huge amount of them, but to DESTROY the ones in existence and remove them from the hands of the people that are driving them and are willing to pay for them...absolutely REDICULOUS!!! Any amount of cars that are off of fossil fuels is a benefit. Sad Sad Sad...

    December 9, 2008 at 11:32 am |
  5. Marco Gateño

    If the big three get a penny, they need to help Tesla.. This is the company that's developing the technology that will make electric cars economical for all of us

    December 9, 2008 at 11:29 am |
  6. Heather,ca

    I watched the doc film made on HBO about this. The between the battery being a problem and agressive lobbying against they made the stupid decision to destroy all of them. The car worked! Im sure any battery made today would be a gigantic improvement .

    December 9, 2008 at 10:56 am |