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Anyone that thinks that some sort of incentive should be applied to domestic only brands must be ignorant of the facts involved in this business and should answer a few questions to themselves before they fire off in these columns w/ these obviously protectionist views.

1. Define a domestic only manufacturuer and attempt to evenly and fairly apply it to only mean GM, Ford, and Chrysler because that is what they are trying to say.

2. What would such a policy do to the thousands of dealership employees of these 'foreign brands' and the US plants and their employees that supply those dealerships, and attempt to logically explain how the outcome of that type of legislation would help the auto industry in general and help the economy.

Your answers:

1. You logically can not.

2. A 'domestic only legislation' would devastate the auto industry.

Anyone that can not see this is either uninformed or has a personal agenda tied to some family, social, or business relationships to these suppose of 'domestic manufacturers' and is blinding their good judgement and reason.

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