Getting Rid of the Useless Four!
Posted by msrb on December 5, 2008
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GM Chief Says He’d Accept Strict Conditions on Federal Bailout
Strict Condition # 1 : You’re Fired!
Auto executives, from left, General Motors Chief Executive Officer Richard Wagoner, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, Ford Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally, and Chrysler Chief Executive Officer Robert Nardelli testify on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008, before a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the auto industry bailout. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert). Image may be subject to copyright.
Auto executives for the big three are begging for $34 billion, however, Ford says it might need an additional $4 billion if the recession persists into 2010. And then what folks?
Six questions the auto exec should first answer:
- What happened to market forces?
- How about the survival of the fittest?
- Where will the begging end?
- What does the economy need the same loss-making entity in triplicate for?
- Why can’t Detroit ditch making gas-guzzling, loss-making autos and instead start building wind turbines and solar rooftops?
- How come no-one in Washington is cognizant of the huge elephant in the room—the massive paradigm shift the world is going through?
Chief Executive Officer Richard Wagoner, President Ron Gettelfinger, CEO Alan Mulally, and CEO Robert Nardelli, STOP blackmailing the nation!
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