• ray Posted: 2/19/2010 5:00pm PST

    "It's tough to do that without coming off like a jerk,"
    WHAT!!!! What the heck is the problem with this? Not warm and fuzzy, eh?Give me a break!

  • Scott Posted: 2/19/2010 7:27pm PST

    Hey GM instead of getting rid of Howie why don't you get rid of your owners (the president and the unions) and then you might sell some vehicles. It's not your ads, people don't like GOVERMENT MOTORS. By the way Howie was telling the truth about the other manufacturers, nobody builds a truck like chevy.

  • Louis Posted: 2/19/2010 8:45pm PST

    GM is dropping the tagline "American Revolution". Is Government Motors afraid they will offend someone. Too many liberals pushing too much political correctness.

  • Jasper Posted: 2/20/2010 5:33am PST

    The President and his lackeys stepped on the Constitution and stole GM from the shareholders and gave it to the UAW. It will never be a viable company again. Shame on any US citizen who buys any product from these defalcators. Howie Long should be thankful that he is no longer associated with such a dishonorable regime.

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 2/20/2010 6:40am PST

    @Ray: I know it's a complicated concept, but oddly enough, being likable can get you liked.
    As for the rest of you (and I'm guessing you're all the same person): no matter how you feel about the GM bankruptcy/restructuring, it's clear that the tagline and Mr. Long had run their course. However, I wouldn't be surprised to see Howie pop up again in the future -- but hopefully with some different scripts in hand.

  • roger Posted: 2/20/2010 6:41am PST

    Long should be happy,I thought chevrolet was the best all my adult life til I drove the best of both a chevy had to offer and then my friends new ford was so impressed traded in my Z71 for my first ford ever so Long maybe you should give them a try to I did and will likely never go back to the new government funded GM again

  • Will Posted: 2/20/2010 3:10pm PST

    Yeah...because Howie Long and the slogan were the reasons my Chevrolet was a piece of crap. No joke, at one point GM mailed me parts to correct a recall. I finally had to upgrade...to a Kia.

  • Tim Posted: 2/21/2010 7:49am PST

    Say what you want, use who you want but here's the truth for me.... My 1999 Chevy Z71 4x4 truck currently has 315,434 miles on it. I drive it every day. Didn't have to change the disk brake pads until 215,000 miles. Truck is 95% original parts (from the original purchase). I don't give a crap what anyone says about who's the best, my proof is sitting in my front yard.

  • Joe George Posted: 2/23/2010 10:07am PST

    No doubt most of you folks who bash GM because of our government's intervention drive Toyotas and such. Well let me bring you up to speed. Toyota gets more help from their own government than GM could ever dream of. Since The Japanese and other Asian producers have bought out the US government in the last few years it is truly a wonder GM or any US industry has managed to survive at all. So please...STFU.