Originally Posted by mikesova
that doesn't make sense. What about people who are concerned with the air who don't drive cars, how does the free market address environmental issues in that case?
sometimes i think you guys think that the free market will solve any problem...
If the company's customers want cars for cleaner air and their is big enough of demand, the company's will build it. If people don't care about the air, why do we need the government to take care of it for us?
I don't necessarily agree, I'm just playing Devil's advocate with you here.
Originally Posted by pizzaman
IB Greasemnkey claims to be the biggest mopar fan here and the merger kills him.
I've owned two Jeeps and two Dodges. I'd honestly not want to own anything else. I'd hate to see Chrysler go, but there's not much I can do about it. It is what it is. I've preached about buying domestic over and over again, but it falls on deaf ears. No one listens, and no one cares.