Yeah, but Chrysler is left to critisize because their products are crap.
Toyota has some good products, they have their bad products, and they badge-engineer. GM is kinda in the same boat as Toyota, only GM has a better product line than Toyota.
Toyota has some bad cars (Corolla, Yaris, Camry base, 4Runner, FJ Cruiser) just as GM has some bad vehicles (Aveo, Cobalt base, Colorado, G3, G5 and G6, LaCrosse). Average Toyotas would be the Matrix, Land Cruiser and perhaps the RAV-4. Average GM cars would be the Pontiac Vibe, Saturn Vue and Buick Lucerne.
Toyota has some great cars (Lexus LS 460, Prius, Camry hybrid, Tundra and maybe the Highlander) just as GM has some great cars (Cadillac CTS, Vette base and Z06, Pontiac Solstice GXP/Sky RedLine, Silvarado, Lambda crossovers, Cobalt SS, Malibu/Aura base and V6 models and a few others).
Thus Toyota and GM are approximate industry equals, where Toyota leads in reliability and GM leads in product desirability.
You really have no right to complain about GM is running things unless you also complain about how Toyota is running things.