Obama Donating $50,000 Of Your Kid’s Money Per Chevy Volt

a report from Reuters says every Volt sold is costing General Motors a lot — like almost $50,000 per car. According to estimates provided by industry analysts and manufacturing experts

The First Shift: Report says GM losing $50k on every Chevy Volt sold | Driving | National Post

Bankrupting the country for the good of the planet Obama’s campaign

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14 Responses to Obama Donating $50,000 Of Your Kid’s Money Per Chevy Volt

  1. geologyjim says:

    And I believe the Dept Defense has now been instructed to buy Volts to “green their fleets” of vehicles.

    Tom Friedman will doubtless admire Obama’s ability to command the markets like his favorite ChiComs. They solved air pollution during the Beijing olympics by banning driving.

    Dictatorship-ing is way-fun!!

  2. Sundance says:

    Obama’s greening of the military includes Chevy Volts. What troops we have left after cutbacks can feel good that they are helping the unions by driving Volts.


  3. NikFromNYC says:

    Commie cars make proud soldiers?

  4. gator69 says:

    He also donated my mother’s retirement fund to the unions.

  5. Justa Joe says:

    More like greening up the pockets of his big donors like the UAW.

    $50K is just the cost of manufacturing an individual vehicle. The cost of all of the subsidation since the inception of this project has figured to total $250K per car sold.Of course, this figure will vary as amortized over the product lifespan, but not much since sales are abysmally low and they continue to lose more money on every Volt sold.

  6. Starting January 1, 2014, the average family of four will also be paying $14,000.00 a year for his “health” plan. That “health” plan will also include a civilian military force answerable only to the president. Every health care plan needs a constabulary military force, don’t you know.

  7. Brian G Valentine says:

    The marketing people at GM must have known these things would be about as popular as polyester leisure suits; there were undoubtedly some pretty ugly meetings behind the scenes when this one rolled out

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