I Heart Ford—unlike Chrysler, GM, Merrill Lynch…allll the others flying private planes to Washington—Ford is…Ford Tough.

Via on Jan 29, 2009

Worst quarter ever, 14.6 Billion buck loss—and Ford says it doesn’t need Federal (ie our) bail-out help.

Now let’s just hope that they see the road ahead as an energy-efficient, innovative one—and don’t just go back to giving us huge trucks and SUVs.

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One Response to “I Heart Ford—unlike Chrysler, GM, Merrill Lynch…allll the others flying private planes to Washington—Ford is…Ford Tough.”

  1. Todd says:

    I still won’t buy a Ford, especially after the announcement that Ford won’t sell the Eco-Netic, a diesel that gets 63-100 mpg and is available only in Europe, in the United States since “Americans won’t buy diesel.” Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz has started a very effective ad campaign touting their new diesel line. (http://www.treehugger.com/files/2008/07/ford-econetic-fiesta-diesel-63mpg.php)

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