• JKD Posted: 2/10/2009 12:15pm PST

    "Shocked!!!"

    I'm surprised they have that many left...

  • Ron Stopfer Posted: 2/11/2009 4:21am PST

    "Not enough!"

    For me to ever entertain buying another Big-3 car/truck again, they'll have to do something to reduce the price tag by at LEASE 1/3. That would mean to go Chapter 11 and eliminate the UAW. Bring salaries/benefits/health insurance/retire-
    ment packages into line with the rest of the American public. OUT WITH THE UNIONS, IN WITH THE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO WORK FOR $35.00 AN HOUR. LET FREEDOM RINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!

  • JKD Posted: 2/11/2009 5:48am PST

    "$35 an hour?"

    I think most of them get $25 and still can't keep a job, so for $35/hour we'd have to send you to a different planet unless you get a reality check.

  • JKD Posted: 2/11/2009 5:50am PST

    "$35+ an hour???"

    I think most of them get $25 and still can't keep a job, so for $35/hour we'd have to send you to a different planet unless you get a reality check.

  • GMunionwkr Posted: 2/11/2009 8:22am PST

    "Millions for execs, Not!!!!"

    Hey Morons!!!
    The fault does not lie with the line workers, but upper management and the decisions made affecting the design and engineering process. A conscious accounting decision was made to limit quality to a certain price level or to maintain a profit level. Why does the average workers have to take the hit, when the high and mid-levels executives, who are mostly clueless, are making millions in base pay and assorted perks. Remember, these people did not start any business and would not know how anyway. How much do you posters all make. $35 is for line workers with 20 yrs experience.

  • TJ1 Posted: 2/11/2009 1:06pm PST

    "Did it to themselves"

    Everyone saw this coming except the management--they were too inbred, cocky, greedy, and lazy to see it coming. No wonder Accords and Civics are so popular............