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Okay, wow.  What a day. There's way too much to cover but I would love to hear feedback about one part of the deal-- "The main source of support is the Warranty Commitment Program, which has been designed by the Treasury Department to ensure that customers buying a new vehicle will still have a warranty even if GM or Chrysler slides into bankruptcy and is forced to restructure -- or, even worse, liquidate its assets."  

I thought this sounded like one of the best things to come out of everything (as a consumer and an industry worker-- and maybe should have come sooner), but I'm watching the news and seeing that this has come up against a lot of flack.  What are your thoughts about it?  I want to hear. 

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