Sunday, May 01, 2005

Health care and the American automobile

"[T]here is more health care than steel in a GM vehicle's price tag," columnist George Will says in a recent column.

Another excerpt: "GM can still develop splendid cars: today's Cadillacs may be the best American cars ever built. But every dollar GM spends on health care cannot be spent on developing cars -- hybrids, for example -- more enticing to buyers than some new offerings like the Pontiac G6 and Buick LaCrosse."

Read the entire column.

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