Hammer: ‘Moral Bankruptcy’ Behind Massive GM Recall

Frank Hammer says its unconscionable for GM to have waited until 2014 to recall a defective product it was aware of in 2001, and should encourage the public …

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  1. This ignition issue goes back to the 1990,s. All of the vehicles made
    during this time as well. I had a 1993 Chevy Silverado. I had to many keys
    on my ring. It would make my ignition turn off just from the weight. Same
    with my 2003 Silverado. To many keys damage the ignition. My wife had @ 20
    gadgets hanging on her key ring and she drives a Ford. I warn her all the
    time. 

  2. There is nothing moral about capitalism. It is an amoral system that
    measures success by profit and, in that respect, is truly objective. It’s a
    nineteenth century delusion and it’s time more people started to question
    it.

  3. Anybody that buys a GM vehicle probably voted for the Puke Odingo and
    deserves a company run by worthless Union scum who cover up problems that
    lead to their deaths. Karma 

  4. I have owned GM product in the past but haven’t bought one of their pos for
    a long time now. Every GM product that I owned needed major fixes within 3
    months. They are junk.

  5. #generalmotors #recall #thirteen #deaths
    “Hammer: ‘Moral Bankruptcy’ Behind Massive
    GM Recall
    Published on Mar 15, 2014
    Frank Hammer says its unconscionable for GM
    to have waited until 2014 to recall a defective product it was aware of in
    2001, and should encourage the public to examine the company’s record of
    treating workers in its foreign plant.”

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