I would like to thank DaimlerChrysler for providing future jobs to the Chinese and showing U.S. autoworkers where its priorities are. Apparently it wants to further erode the economic stability of this country and ensure the further decline of the middle class. It doesn't take a Harvard graduate to see that big business, along with our government, is trying desperately to rid this country of the middle class. If they succeed, who will keep this country's head above water?
I would also like to pose a question to the money-mongering VIPs at DaimlerChrysler. In lieu of the proposed savings of having their units built in China and exported to the United States, will this reduce the cost of the finished product to the buying public here -- provided there are any people left who can afford to make the purchase? And if so, will it be in direct proportion to the amount of savings that will be realized by these truly loyal Americans?
Andrew J. Caldarelli