Friday, November 09, 2012

BUY FREE OR DIE: A Conservative's Buying Guide to Automobiles

I had planned on producing something like this, but The Morlock Revolt beat me to it

Buy Free or Die: Conservative's Buyer Guide: Automobiles


We can no longer be passive in our buying decisions, brands that we have known and trusted for years have chosen sides and chosen to lead our country in to socialism. This is the first post in a series to highlight which companies and states contribute to the decline of our American project that was started in 1776... we need to show these entities that we will not be sending our money to fund our own destruction.

The Autoworkers' unions in the United States are one of the largest contributors to the Democrat Party. The AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka said that he would like to have the Card Check legislation enacted in Obama's new second term. This would make labor unions almost impossible to stop, they would be present in every section of the country's economy. As such I am focusing this first post in the Conservative's buyers guide to Automobiles made in the United States... ...Any future automobiles that I buy will be from the list I have provided that are labeled non-union. Democrats suck and so do unions. Carry on.

If the unions are going to fight the taxpayers, then we are going to fight the unions.


In the past, I have owned a Chevy, a Mercury, a Chrysler, and a Cadillac.

But from now on my money will go only to companies that promote capitalism.

I look forward to Morlock's next buying guide.



14 comments:

PISSED said...

Thanks for this. We need a list of conservative businesses large and small.

Anonymous said...

In process of buying Toyota pickup.

UpChuck.Liberals said...

My LAST 'American' car was a Mercury Sable way back in 1999, got rid of the POS in 2003 for a Volvo XC. I will not ever buy another Union made POS.

(No Name) said...

What about Harley-Davidson? Are those guys UAW?

Anonymous said...

VW (in the US) isn't union either...

Anonymous said...

Harley-Davidson got a bailout from Reagan and is therefore Communist. NB: Reagan was a Communist.

Anonymous said...

Well, yes, all of the firms on the "red" side of your cute little graphic use non- union labor at their North American plants, but they all use much more aggressive union labor at their factories in their homelands. And a significant portion of the profit made by your buying of one of their cars then gets shipped back to the home country. Ideological purity is for retards.

SDN said...

What they do in their country is their business. I'll settle for bankrupting the unions here.

SDN said...

Oh, and as for the "bailout from Reagan", Congress spends the money, and I seem to recall you Copperheads had the Congress and at least enough votes for a filibuster in the Senate.

Civics 101, dumbass.

Anonymous said...

Besides not supporting the UAW, you will be buying a much better car/truck/suv and at a better price. We left UAW made products 10 years ago and have never for a second regretted it. We actually regret not leaving sooner. Across the board, quality, price, customer service, etc the non UAW companies are fantastic.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't really matter, because all of those automakers buy parts from companies that use unionized workers, or ship parts from plants like in Canada which are unionized.

You're not going to avoid that. Toyota? Unionized in Canada, Honda same, BMW, Suzuki, Kia, Hyundai, Benz, and so on all get their parts from union plants too.

Oh and the RAV4? Built in my home town, all four shops are unionized.

scottthong said...

Hi collection of cars liberals probably drive:

http://scottthong.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/if-you-pick-this-car-for-yourself/

Anonymous said...

If you call yourself an American, I would think you would support American workers. This doesn't make sense. Of course my Dad would never buy a Japanese car because they tried to kill him in WWII....His brother felt the same way about the Germans. I think that makes a lot more sense. BTW...Most of the cars on your non-union side are union in their homeland. I have had plenty of American cars that have served me quite well. Just recently the Chevy Impala was ranked higher than all but the most costly imports. Keep in mind too if American cars were ever poor it mostly likely was due to their design, management on the line, and trying to put money over quality. Remember "Planned obsolescence?" That concept came from management...Union Labor had nothing to do with it...

Anonymous said...

If you call yourself an American, I would think you would support American workers. This doesn't make sense. Of course my Dad would never buy a Japanese car because they tried to kill him in WWII....His brother felt the same way about the Germans. I think that makes a lot more sense. BTW...Most of the cars on your non-union side are union in their homeland. I have had plenty of American cars that have served me quite well. Just recently the Chevy Impala was ranked higher than all but the most costly imports. Keep in mind too if American cars were ever poor it mostly likely was due to their design, management on the line, and trying to put money over quality. Remember "Planned obsolescence?" That concept came from management...Union Labor had nothing to do with it...