It’s great to see how well General Motors is doing. Thanks to our help, the company is now making great cars, expanding its market share, re-opening U.S. manufacturing plants and employing more Americans. As a taxpayer who funded GM’s bailout, I’m very pleased with my investment — both in terms of value to our country and in the increasing price of GM’s stock. As a prudent investor, I would continue to watch GM’s progress and enjoy the ride. So, why am I reading that the government is planning to sell our GM stock at a price that means we are losing half of our money? We need to push our representatives for an answer.
Fran Skwira, Miramar