By Jason Leach
Published August 10, 2007
Hey, Buzz. Wake up and smell the fresh air.
We all wouldn't have to buy foreign vehicles if you guys weren't stuck in the 1960's. Believe it not, times have changed.
While North American automakers have been trying to convince people that they need to drive army tanks in their towns and cities, other automakers have been taking skyrocketing cancer rates and pollution-related illness seriously.
The North American auto industry faces job losses and plant closures not because of foreign competition, but because you've been caught flat-footed admiring all the pollution in the Detroit river for the past 40 years.
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