Michael Moore says….

let the American auto industry choke on its mistakes and bad management. Hey, isn’t this what the polls say too? Michael’s right in tune with the American people. Right?

And it looks like the Richard Shelby’s and the Mitch McConnell’s of the U.S. Senate are letting Michael and the American people get their wish. Who cares if this leads to the mother of all depressions and stock market crashes, huh?

As long as we punish those greedy CEO’s, that’s the main thing, huh?

Of course, Michael expects that the workers will be simply transferred to building cars that are not primarily dependent on oil and, more importantly [building] trains, buses, subways and light rail (a corresponding public works project across the country will build the rail lines and tracks). This will not only save jobs, but create millions of new ones.

Hey, great pie in the sky dream, Michael! Wonderful fantasy!

By the time the new administration gets around to proposing a plan anywhere near like yours, Michael, assuming it ever would or could, given the realities of politics in America, the country may have already suffered total economic collapse.

Hey, maybe this will bring the return of the caveman?! Perhaps we’ll find out whether in fact we are related to those knuckle dragging Neanderthals after all! 😆 :mrgreen:

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  1. barbara’s avatar

    Hi Mardé,
    How are you doing ? Fine, I hope.
    I’m following all of this auto crisis with big eyes from over here, and thinking too, that help may be the last solution possible.

    Thinking of the many jobs and families needing those jobs….

  2. Mardé’s avatar

    Hi Barbara,
    I’m doing fine now, after having lost electical power for just about 24 hours. But we survived. See the post above. Well, it looks like the Bushies may actually come to the aid of the auto companies now. That’s the good news. But see this ironic and very funny column by Gail Collins this morning. It says it all I think.

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