I have to disagree with Keith Crain's April 18 column, "GM made a bad call in pulling ads."
With General Motors and other domestic vehicle producers facing a loss in profit, with stock value drooping and health care costs going up astronomically, money has to be watched.
In spending advertising money, why reward someone who is kicking you when you are down?
Why not redirect the ad dollars to a market that supports your company and realizes the impact that you have on the American lifestyle?
I also applaud the dealerships in the Los Angeles Times advertising area that cut their advertising to half or less of normal budget.
It seems like the media's goal is: If we can't say anything bad, we won't say anything.
Kudos to GM!