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How do you feel about the Federal Government owning Chrysler?

The Federal Government along with the United Auto Workers Union will own Chrysler, essentially federalizing the company. What are your opinions on this development? The Federal Government will control a majority of the Common Stock for Chrysler. Don't worry ... the Federal Government is good at running things ... just look at the Post Office ... no wait, I guess that is not a good example! Or is it?

Asked By: MochaJoe - 4/28/2009
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The government's job is to facilitate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for it's citizens... More
Answered By: John - 4/28/2009
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Socialism comes to mind.
Answered By: Caleb's Mom - 4/28/2009
 
Carfax says...it's a lemon.
Answered By: ToughGuy - 4/28/2009
 
Read Obama's 2 books. He makes Hugo Chavez look like a cub scout.
Answered By: I have a gift - 4/28/2009
 
what comes to mind is that it is only the beginning. and people said it couldn't happen here. hah!
Answered By: eir - 4/28/2009
 
I feel its BS... More
Answered By: Rocketpoppet - 4/28/2009
 
Chrysler tried owning themselves for several decades but it won't work without bailout money from us taxpayers.
Answered By: . - 4/28/2009
 
We should hold Congress personally responsible for the survival of the company, considering it is our money, they are simply there to run the company for us. I think it sucks, but we can't let this become a government entity, we need to see quarterly financials at a minimum and where the profits (if any) are going. If... More
Answered By: nomad - 4/28/2009
 
if they didnt do anything they would go under. thousands and thousands of jobs gone pulling down the already low economy. i like the gov stepping in and not allowing mass unemployment, that honestly would hurt everyone, to suddenly happen. and i dont want the gov just stepping throwing money at them and walking away. i... More
Answered By: marc2oni - 4/28/2009
 
Don't really care....only 75 year-old grandparents buy Chryslers anyway.
Answered By: Bob Loblaw - 4/28/2009
 
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