I actually had it spelled that way at first, but then figured that those darn Americans wouldn't be able to understand it unless it was spelled out, huh.Originally posted by Canuck@Apr 19 2004, 10:50 AM
If you are going to make 'fun' of Canadians saying 'EH' at least spell 'EH' correctly.
Have you ever noticed how Americans say HUH, this is not meant as a shot rather just an observation.
That's a valid point that is often discussed when this topic comes up, but the poll itself is intended to address the more traditional "Detroit vs. imports" debate.Originally posted by Threxx@Apr 20 2004, 07:12 AM
Where's the choice for "A higher percentage of Honda and Toyota vehicles sold in the USA were built in the USA than those made by GM, and GM is trying their damndest to move their part content overseas to Korea while Honda and Toyota already source the majority of most of their cars from American parts and the percentage increases every year"?
Amen to that! h34r:Originally posted by AndrewGS@Apr 20 2004, 04:16 PM
I buy American!
I always look at the VIN and Content Label when I consider a new car. To me American-Made cars convey pride in my country and fellow Americans, but American nameplates on foriegn cars invoke disgust. I know many consider Canada to be part of the US, but ask any Canadian, they don't want to be the US nor do they live in the USs shadow. I like foriegn cars, because they're proud of their product and themselves, not proud of the money they can make by sending many of thier jobs to other countries to make a buck then import back a "domestic" car and sell it as "domestic." For example, Hyundai in South Korea.