And, apparently, if the American public has anything to say about it (which they do, through their purchasing dollars), Ford will stay head and shoulders above the Big Government Two. I'm still expecting some additional environmental regulations of some kind that will greatly hamper Ford's ability to compete on a level playing field. But, with all of the bog-downs in Obama's agenda, things like cap-n-trade are falling further and further behind schedule, so we may dodge that particular bullet from Congress. Of course, the EPA has gone off its rocker all by itself, so the danger remains.
But, as predicted, Ford is a real world example of how the private sector does a far better job of meeting the needs of people and doing it more profitably than anything the government can hope to achieve. Go figure!
There's my two cents.