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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Ford Discovers We no Longer Live in Henry Ford's America - GM Sends Their Government Heavys...


That oh-so-appropriate Ford advert? Just memories...

As part of a campaign featuring "real people" explaining their decision to buy the Blue Oval, a guy named "Chris" says he "wasn't going to buy another car that was bailed out by our government," according the text of the ad, launched in early September.

"I was going to buy from a manufacturer that's standing on their own: win, lose, or draw. That's what America is about is taking the chance to succeed and understanding when you fail that you gotta' pick yourself up and go back to work."

That's what some of America is about, evidently. Because Ford pulled the ad after individuals inside the White House questioned whether the copy was publicly denigrating the controversial bailout policy CEO Alan Mulally repeatedly supported in the dark days of late 2008, in early '09 and again when the ad flap arose.

For Ford's success they receive, in part, the burden of GM's failure as well as the constraints of speech limited.

The liability incurred by the successful when forced to socialize the cost of the failure of others is more than just financial; it is a loss of liberty, for as our nation trades the benefits of success for the benefits of failure, it trades liberty for something less.

Make no mistake. This is one more step in Obama's diminished America.

.... And we have idiots who believe corporations run the nation

H/T HotAir

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