The government is printing money we don’t have for programs we don’t need. More than 50% of Americans are living off of government assistance while the rest of us work to subsidize their laziness. All of this has put pressure on the Dollar to cause it to get weaker.
Now, Toyota says they are forced to raise the prices of their cars because of the weakness in the Dollar.
The Liberal biased LA Times says this move is due to a stronger auto industry.
"The price increase comes against a backdrop of what looks to be the highest monthly U.S. auto sales since 2007."
A better balanced coverage of this story was reported by USA Today.
"Lately, the weak dollar has forced automakers to raise prices on vehicles that they import into the U.S. in order to try to make a modest profit. But Camry, Tacoma and some of the others are U.S.-built, so this looks like trying to squeeze a little — just a little — more profit out of them."