wsherrick wrote:homecomfort wrote:
If Big O had let Gm die off, the GM that is part of America's manufacturing backbone, a really important asset for the country to possess, then all you crybaby republicans would be pissing yerselves that Prez. O does not have the skills to revive a troubled company, which he in fact very skillfully accomplished, unlike "Gut and kick in the Butt" romney, who only can strip viable companies to suck out the profit for himself, and chosen few investors. suckers. is romney dragging down gop, or is gop dragging down romney? chickens for checkups, gop so laughable. legitimate rape, more gop mind set, criminal minds.
Never mind, it's just not worth it.
samhill wrote:Can't figure you cons out you want to let at least two of the automakers fail but you want to keep Americans employed, don't know how the loss of many thousands of jobs will create jobs but you guys claim to have all the answers except they are super secret answers that nobody has come up with yet.
samhill wrote:Even Bain wouldn't or couldn't take over GM, at that time very few countries were in good shape, China would have been one of the few & would you want a foreign country taking over an American business on American soil? We have way too much of that sort of thing already even if most seem to play by the rules I hardly think a Communist country would play fair.
samhill wrote:At that time no banks were doing any better than the automakers, just who was there to take over the Co.? Chrysler? Ford,( downsizing themselves), don't think Walmart or God Fathers Pizza were interested.
samhill wrote:Franco, like I had asked to begin with at that time what other options were out there, they tried Bain which is one of if not the largest & were turned down so what private source was there? It' always easy to second guess afterwards but at that given point & time I don't think there were many options.