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December 21, 2008

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Whipped

"when you're up to your butt in alligators, it's hard to remember that your original objective was to drain the swamp"...

True Jim, but as I recall, "Draining the swamp" to these guys in the last half decade meant that they maintain the huge pricing differentials between Canada and the USA and put up as many roadblocks as possible to "drain" the Canadian car buyer's pockets with the found arbitrage margins and warranty denial. I don't recall them offering me any deals comparable to US pricing, I just remember their waterboarding tactics.

Guess they don't really have to care, since they have the lobby ear of government. Now looks like they get my money thru the backdoor anyway. Even if I didn't bend over and buy their story.

Pass me the feathers and boiling tar. The closest one I can hope to get to is my local free enterpriser MP, and even he ain't listening, the self preservational pension wise soul that he appears to be ..

4 billion divided into a few million car buyers.. Why not give the 4B to us and let *us* spend our tax money on Canadian made cars over the next year .. No?? Can't do that??

I give up. "They" win.

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