Courage to Save the U.S. Auto Industry

November 19, 2008 at 1:15 pm | Posted in Financial, Political | Leave a comment
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Watching the heads of the three U.S. auto manufacturers testify before the House Financial Services Committee, all I see is more of the same, lame circus that is the material life of America in the 21st century.

If these brain dead piles of driftwood calling themselves “representatives” cannot see the auto industry represents untapped capacity to fashion the equipment and tools necessary to revitalize the nation’s infrastructure, such that this country might once again become a net-exporting, powerhouse of physical goods production, then why don’t they just step down and go back to their law practices where they can manage their ways to the millions of dollars awaiting prosecutors of the unprecedented fraud that has been perpetrated by Wall Street financiers on their watch?

That U.S. auto executives have to waste their time sitting in front of these pathetically weak characters … that they do not see the $25 billion the auto makers need to stay afloat is a pittance — a drop in the bucket … is proof enough any sane American need see to recognize these folks are not up to the task of public service.

And that these so-called “industry leaders” are not calling Congress out on this is an even more disgusting sign of the times in which we live. The “home of the brave?” Ha! It plainly has become the burrow of the yellow-bellied coward. Plainly, to get anywhere in this nation it appears a pathetic, driveling suit is what you must reduce yourself to be if you are to gain the credentials to “lead”…


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