Should the Obama administration purchase cars from American owned car companies?
Or should they use your taxpayer dollars to buy cars from foreign owned companies like Hyandai's, Honda's and Mitsubishi's?
The government is now issuing cars from foreign owned companies. Seems like they should buy American like the unions push so hard for all the time.
Sure Mr. Wolf. I provided a source, how about you?
Realistic girl, you can't be serious. This is the actual government document that government agencies use to buy vehicles. What other proof do you need?
- jehenLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
In a free market wouldn't any organization purchase the most efficient cars at the best price?
Be that as it may - Chrysler is a foreign company - Owned by Fiat, and it was owned by Daimler for years before that.
All of the 'Foreign' makers you cite build cars in the USA.
But it's fun to be all outraged about things that don't matter except to those with poor critical thinking skills.
- Anonymous8 years ago
They should buy American made cars. Over 60% of GM's cars are made outside of the US.
Honda has three full manufacturing plants here in the US. Most of the foreign owned plants actually export US produced vehicles overseas.
- 8 years ago
That would be Ford, the ONLY automaker that did not accept bribe...er, ah, "bailout" money from the current failed administration.
The ultra-rich politicians have no care for how their constituents live. The politicos think that $30,000/year is "rich" yet some of them are worth that much each DAY.
Like the French royalty of the 18th century, the rich politicians desire only their own comfort.
"What? The people have no bread to eat? then let them eat cake!"
The politicians have come to believe that they are our masters rather than our servants.
They are out of control.
It's time to vote ALL of them out of office.
We need to have a 'REMOVE INCUMBENT' option on the ballot.
- Anonymous8 years ago
oh look! another "buy amurikan" moron.
Did I ever tell you the story about how I saw a Dodge Ram 2500 driving down the highway one day? It had a "UAW" and a "out of a job yet? keep buying foreign" bumper sticker on it.
Born in the U.S.A.
The cars and trucks that are currently built in the United States.
Assembled in Canada
Chrysler Town & Country
Dodge Grand Caravan
Honda Civic sedan and coupe, Civic sedan and coupe Si
Assembled in Mexico
Cadillac Escalade EXT
Chevrolet Silverado and Silverado Hybrid
Ford Fusion and Fusion Hybrid
GMC Sierra, Sierra Hybrid and Sierra Crew Cab
Lincoln MKZ and MKZ Hybrid
^^^^^^ WELL LOOKY THERE! WHAT DO YOU KNOW?^^^^^^
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- tonalc2Lv 78 years ago
Perhaps you might take the time to peruse your link, and note that out of over 400 vehicle purchases, 14 were from foreign manufacturers.
- Anonymous8 years ago
There is nothing in your link that suggests the purchase of a foreign made car.
- bugs againLv 68 years ago
They should all be forced to drive Chevy Volts.
- SusanLv 44 years ago
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- Mr. WolfLv 78 years ago
They tried that but Republicans shot down that prevision.
I bet you didn't know about Republican fighting President Obama's "Buy American" provision. It's obvious Obama hating right-wing media don't tell you people about things like that.
- JohnLv 78 years ago
I only go for price and quality.