If you’re into the whole two-party system thing, chances are you’ve noticed that General Motors, and Chrysler have been hot topics for both sides. Both Republican and Democratic candidates have been attempting to take credit for the companies’ recovery out of their 2009 bankruptcies, while making efforts to visit assembly plants and write fallback speeches about The General and Pentastar. Because topics like the TSA, privacy rights, and the Federal Reserve are apparently too boring and uninteresting for America.
So in what appears to be a move to avoid any more undesired scrutiny and politics, and to downplay its significance in the upcoming election, GM has taken a more neutral stance, and will prohibit all presidential candidates from visiting any of its facilities until after the election has passed in November.
Is this move agreeable? Or do you think it won’t change anything? Voice your opinion in the comment section below.