This is in response to the July 19 editorial, “To save dealers, save GM.”

It was a good editorial, but how do you keep politics out of the process when the government (under the total control of the Democrats) and the United Auto Workers (which is, in essence, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democratic National Committee) own the company?

I expect the restoration of the dealerships bill will pass, as did earlier political interference by Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts, who forced GM to promise not to close a GM distribution center in his district.

We can expect more of that in the future until GM and Chrysler finally fail completely, or become permanent wards of the government.

Paul Danis, Oquossoc


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