We live in a capitalist, free market society, right? Yeah, last time I checked, we do.
And in this capitalist, free market society, we have the right to make purchasing decisions based on facts/opinions/beliefs/feelings, right? That's what I thought.
So, why would I buy (or sell for that matter) something not built here in the good ol' U S of A? Because I live in a friggin' capitalist free market society, dumbass!!!!!
Definition: Communism. Dictionary.com would have us believe that communism means "A theoretical economic system characterized by the collective ownership of property and by the organization of labor for the common advantage of all members." Also see UAW, or for you simpletons, the United Auto Workers Union, where equal pay is doled out for un-equal work.
You see people, I sell product that I believe in. I sell product that has draw. I sell product I know I can sell to my clientele without having to bury them 6 feet deep, so as I can see them in three years to sell them another car. I sell product because I like it, and it SELLS! Done. Period. No other reasons. That's it. GM, FoMoCo and DamChry make a nice product, but not nice enough for me to buy or sell at this current moment. I cannot sell or buy it because I don't like it and do not believe in it. To sell it would be asinine, and do nothing but feed lazy pig headed greedy UAW workers who are draining the life out of companies who can't afford to now develop new product.