Friday, April 4, 2014

How 'bout TOYOTA? RSN: GM Unacceptable? How About "Murderous"?

Charles Pierce | GM Unacceptable? How About "Murderous"?
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. (photo: ThinkProgress)
Charles Pierce, Esquire
Pierce writes: "GM had known for 11 years that a defect in the ignition switches of some of its cars had been killing people, but the company didn't do anything about it until February."
More balanced coverage is expected of RSN. This is a White Wash of the Auto Industry - ignoring flaws!

Doesn't anyone find the timing 'curious'?
NHTSA whitewashed TOYOTA's failures!

Yes, GM had problems, but TOYOTA just paid $1.2 BILLION for a 'Get Out Of Jail Free' card, a pittance for a company sitting on $60 BILLION CASH.

TOYOTA documents indicate that the company was aware that SUDDEN UNINTENDED ACCELERATION was caused by software in 2002.

You'll never know how many TOYOTA killed because of settlements that contained confidentiality agreements.

"Not that everyone is now aware of Michael Barr's findings, but people are hearing about them, and government's mainstream media stooges - wary of egged faces - are nervously dropping inane hints about the involvement of electronics. Consumers may be starting to realize that Congress, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Department of Justice are little more than mouthpieces for crooked corporations. Stay tuned as the gang faces further public scrutiny, not only about Toyota, but also GM."

The Auto Industry has gotten away with murder because government no longer responds to protect Americans.