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Is there any way to stop the car companies from getting a bail out before Bush leaves?

Could this be one more Bush insult to the American taxpayer? Are more of Dubya Bush's lobbyist buddies set to grease the skids so that the Small Three in Motown can get Corporate Welfare for the failure of the US Automotive Industry. Like the phone company, this big car companies should have been divested long ago. They have monopolized the market, choked innovation, and lobbied against alternative and fuel efficient vehicles for years. These big businesses to not support American jobs- as they have farmed out most of the manufacturing to Mexico, Canada, and to other foreign countries. Do you know the CEO that decided to take his own car back to Washington- a Mercedes. They don't even drive American cars- and yet they insist that we are not true Americans unless we buy American cars. And they drive Nazi staff cars. Hitler owned a Mercedes. Just how anti-American is that? Mercedes employed forced Jewish slave labor. Then they fly into DC in their private jets asking for our money. Why? Because if we do not bail them out, they will have to lay off American workers. They have already done that. And they will continue to do it. Is there any legal provision that binds them to agree not to lay off any American workers pending the approval of this bail out? Or is it just Corporate Welfare? Do you think that Adam Smith would be throwing up the Wealth of Nations? From his book I quote "Capitalism works best under a monarchy. If merchants created their own government, it would be the worst form of government imaginable." Well, Adam Smith, we no longer have to imagine- and which new group of Corporate American Losers do we make the US Government check out to this time? What ever happened to Darwin's Survival of the Fittest? If you can't sell the cars and trucks, why should we bail you out? Why can't we simply let you win or lose like every other business? Want my money? Make me a car they is worth buying? Otherwise, I want your damned jet and I can pay you to wipe my butt as your new job. Get on your damned hands and knees and clean my toilet with your tongues. If there is truly a God of Israel, I would have your skin on my lampshade and your eyes ground up as my shower soap just like the Mercedes people did to six million people on this Earth. Is this a good reason why only a fool would ever buy an American vehicle again? If these Bozos cannot be legally bound to keeping and retaining jobs in America, then they should not get one cent from us. Are you with me? If the Car Companies cannot promise to keep jobs in the USA, then we should not promise them a cent in bail out money. When Car Company executives drive German cars, what does that say about American cars and trucks? Maybe we should all buy German cars and trucks. At least they work. And the US stole many of the Nazi weapons plans. The Germans were smarter then and are smarter now. You don't see German car executives driving Pintos.

Asked By: lord100jack - 12/19/2008
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Even if Bush said no to the bailout, Obama would turn around and give it to them as soon as he takes office.
Answered By: Tony Soprano - 12/19/2008
Additional Answers (4)
So your problem is specifically with the workers. Amazing!
Answered By: kindatired - 12/19/2008
 
Thats your opinion and I think it sucks. Your brainwashed in MY opinion.... But trying to explain why I feel this way is a waste of my valuable time so I will just take my 2 points and move on....
Answered By: Tamiam - 12/19/2008
 
It's not really up to the President whether the car companies will receive a bailout. It's up to Congress. The most the President ---Bush or Obama--- can do is agree or disagree with Congress.
Answered By: allenbmeangene - 12/19/2008
 
Who do you think manufactured the weapons that helped us win world war 2. You are funny and ignorant about every thing you just stated.
Answered By: Bob A - 12/19/2008
 
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