I just wrote an article about car sales in the African nation of Ghana and I’m pretty steamed after undertaking my research. It seems the U.S. sold a crap load of water-damaged cars to Ghana dealerships following Hurricane Sandy. The dealers fixed them up and sold them to an unsuspecting public. Consumers never questioned bargains like, “Get your cheap, late model Hummers, Porsches and Mercedes while they’re hot!” Apparently, Ghana motorists are as eager as Americans to grab a deal. Dare I ask where our Commerce Department was when these beaters were shipped abroad? That’s a rhetorical question, of course.