18 February 2010

Tepid Toyota Reluctant Bride at American Justice Altar

From Denny: Well, it took Toyota's president, Akio Toyoda, the grandson of the founder, long enough to figure out he had ticked off 300 million people in the Western Hemisphere. What arrogance to think he could duck out of a Congressional hearing about an unprecendented almost 9 million car recall because of glaring safety issues.

What trust fund baby joy juice was this guy swilling? How long did he think he could continue to deceive and hide safety issues in America? Fortunately, one of his attorneys grew a conscience and revealed that Toyota had been hiding engineering problems for decades. Of course, Toyota fired him for telling the truth. "No good deed goes unpaid," as the saying goes. Millions of people's lives have been at stake for decades and all Toyota could say is, "I'll get around to fixing those problems"? And, "well, you know, all you have to do is take out your floor mat to prevent the accelerator pedal from sticking." Just how stupid do these guys think Americans really are? OK, people did stand by and allow Bush to get into office on not one, but two, stolen elections. Like sheep, stupid about politics, yes - stupid about their cars, no.

He finally agreed to appear before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for the new investigation into the Corolla model compacts with potential steering problems. Currently, Toyota is facing heat from several American government committees: Transportation Department, The House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Oversight Committee.


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