Posted on Dec 24, 2012 - 11:27am by admin in Double Standards
Last summer, Jim Stutzman, owner of Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac in Winchester, Va., lost a fleet order of 30 Silverados because the chairman of the general contracting company didn’t like GM’s government-funded bankruptcy. Stutzman says he had sold hundreds of fleet cars and trucks to the company since the late 1980s.
“He just felt like purchasing our products would have been supporting a decision that he was totally philosophically opposed to,” Stutzman said.
The company bought Ford pickups instead.
Questions for our principled general contractor:
1) What car corporation would be selling any of its products, if the public removed its willingness to provide free roadways, police services, courtroom time, and military protection of fuel sources?
2) Do you accept contracts to build things ordered by the public? Do your trucks travel to any of your job sites using free public roads? How do you sleep at night, man?
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