Well, well! Do we have yet another Toyota recall?
It seems that there is no stopping a Toyota these days-unless, of course, you hit a brick wall!
Over 1.5 million Avalon, Lexus and other models for problems relating to brake fluid and the fuel pump. Models sold in Europe and other parts of the world have problems with the master cylinder!
How many recalls does that make now for Toyota in just this past year? Five? Ten?
How long have officials at Toyota known about this problem? I mean, I keep seeing commercials all the time about their commitment to your safety! I guess it's just another lie by just another corporation!
You just can't stop these pieces of crap!
It kind of makes one wish that they had bought American to support our own economy instead of propping up Japan's, doesn't it?
You received $4,500 from the government, and what did many of you waste it on? A foreign-made piece of crap that does exactly the opposite of what you need it to. Would anyone be surprised if these dumpsters on wheels haven't hit school kids by now?
Why did you waste your money on something you can't stop when you should have invested that money into your own infrastructure? Where was your patriotism?
The funny thing is that some of you still want to blame President Obama for the economy when it you chose to buy an unstoppable foreign-made trash can.
Everytime I apply the brakes to my ten-year-old, American-made Plymouth Breeze, the pride in my country swells with in me.
It's comforting to know that American workers and American know-how learned from mistakes like the Pinto and made my car safe to drive.
During the days when I had to drive 100 miles a day, I never once had to worry about whether or not I would be able to bring my Breeze to a full and complete stop-even when I did 115 miles per hour on California's 118 East. Can you say the same about your Toyota-at a legal speed?
It's time for Americans to get some self-esteem again. We build better cars than the Japanese-and we always have. We just have to believe in ourselves as our grandparents once did. If my grandparents had the same low opinion of America's ability to compete that many of you seem to have, we would all be speaking Japanese right now, and our daughters would be comfort girls for Japanese soldiers.
Those commercials that Toyota interrupts us with are nothing more than a pack of lies. The officials at Toyota aren't interested in anyone's safety, no. They are more interested in dominating the market and forcing us to buy their inferior products.
Who are they kidding? Made in Japan still sucks-unless we're talking about that album from Deep Purple. That's a different story altogether!
And what should you have learned from all of this?
Be American! Buy American-or bye, America!