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Re: Gripe

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Posted by wisbaker on November 30, 2012 at 11:47:14 from (

In Reply to: Gripe posted by charlie n on November 29, 2012 at 18:49:57:

One of the joys of business consolidation. Look at the legacy parts that
CNH and Agco both have to deal with. And since in most cases they've
driven the local dealer out of business they really aren't worried about
customer relations, after all what are you going to do buy a John Deere?
This type of behavior is what has me convinced one of the problems in
our country today is to many businesses run by business majors who have
very little to no understanding of the products and services they
deliver to customers that they also don't fully understand. Same for our
teachers, they spend more time in education classes than learning the
subjects they'll be teaching.

Also understand that with the current legal climate that exists in the
US they do have a vested interest in getting you to move away from older
equipment, it helps minimize potential liability if bad things happen.
That and our government keeps passing laws making new equipment cleaner
and safer but a lot more expensive (same thing they did to the auto
industry). They need to put additional pressure on you to upgrade before
Barry & the boys puts pressure on them or use the media to assault them
and seize them much like GM & Chrysler. That and someone has to pay for
the additional taxes and healthcare costs they will soon be paying.
Remember corporations don't pay taxes, they simply increase the prices
of their goods and services to their customers or reduce their costs to
maintain their margins.


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