We keep hearing about Toyota's problems, but why do we stop at Toyota? What about Honda, Nissan, Kia, etc. As a Vietnam veteran who spent a year in the jungles and rice paddies of Vietnam, I and guys I stay in contact with, say the major problem is the thousands and thousands of our soldiers who were killed at Pearl Harbor, World War II, Korea and Vietnam by the Japanese, Chinese, Koreans and Vietnamese. Some of these men were as young as 17 years old. Out of respect for them and to show all veterans we still remember, we should show these countries we don't want their junk in America.
People say the cars are made in America. It's not where they are made but the fact they are Japanese. If you don't believe this, read the Sandusky Register article on Feb. 14, "Japan fears Toyota recall could chill U.S. ties." That headline should say enough but throw in that Toyota's president is Akio Toyoda and their North American head is Yoshimi Inaba should tell you that the Japanese are making all the decisions and raking in all the profits. They are definitely Japanese.
So for all the men who were killed in any war we should show pride and respect for the United States of America. I guarantee you if you would have spent at least six months in Korea or Vietnam you wouldn't have anything to do with the junk either.