The 31-Year-Old in Charge of Dismantling G.M.

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Well, hey, let's consider the other side of the coin. GM has dug itself such an absurdly deep pit that, at the end of the day, it finds itself at the mercy of a totally inexperienced, thirty-something minion of President Obama.

They didn't get there by accident -- they (GM) earned their way to where they are today.

As sad as it may appear, this is not the result of some dark political conspiracy -- it's the result of GM assuming that they would be able to pawn off less-than-acceptable products on the American consumer, in the face of the stiffest-of-competition from overseas.

Too bad GM -- you earned the place in which you find yourself today. I really hope you can dig your way out -- but I would not bet much money on that today. . .
How many companies have been a privately held jobs program that have both been supported by and have supported the government?

The automotive industry was our last bastion of manufacturing of merit. It ended up being a brokering modality to get into everyone's wallets.

Foreign aid that the nations have to earn by outsourcing of parts.

Building cars in Canada when you have facilities here.

I think you're purposely ignoring the full scope of the auto industry ...or are ignorant of it.
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