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If you are thinking about buying a new car please be aware ford west memphis isn’t place to go they r rude no customer service what so ever customer should be primary first what happened when you cant get honest answers an treated with respect i have a car but will never go back to west memphis ford no honest answers from them.

[ Editor’s Note: Let me first preface this with admitting that buying a new ( or used) vehicle is one of my absolutely positively least favorite things to do in the whole wide world. I always feel like I’m getting ripped off and the way they “ massage” the numbers makes me think they’re just manipulating the whole thing to maximize their profits. Now, having said that, I have purchased five vehicles from Ford of West Memphis over the past couple of decades, including a used Plymouth Neon, a used Ford Windstar, a brand- new Ford Focus, a brand- new Ford Freestyle and a used Ford Explorer, and I have always been treated with respect by the folks there. Now, I can’t speak to your experience, but I can say that I’ve never had the bad car- buying experience there that I

dealerships, the worst of which was the old Chrysler place that used to be in West Memphis, but thankfully, they are no longer around]

*** It seems that about $1.5 to 2 billion has already been spent on the 2020 election campaign already, although exact figures are hard to find. There are still about two months more spending to go, so how much will be eventually spent?

Admittedly this is nothing compared to some of the bigger purchases you could make such as a $13 billion dollar USS aircraft carrier although apparently the toilets don't always work on the latest two, the USS Ford and the USS Bush, so you need to consider how best to spend that money.

The money spent so far could have funded about 16,000 teachers. Which would be better value for money, the teachers or a Presidential campaign??? I know the answer, but I might be biased as I am a retired teacher. [ Editor’s Note: The amount of money spent on the entire election cycle ( from local to state to national races) is simply obscene. I don’t know how anyone can even come close to justifying it. I once heard someone describe it as, “ You know they’re all corrupt. How else can you explain why someone would spend millions of dollars to get a job that pays $ 200,000 a year?”]

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