Wednesday, November 19, 2008

The Automobile Bailout: Saved by Zero (expectation of it getting done)

Democrats in Congress today told the auto industry to temper their expectations for a bailout, based on not having enough votes and President Bush saying "don't call us, we'll call nobody." Don't worry guys, our expectations for any of you guys getting anything productive done is


No, seriously. Get a clue, guys. Did someone say Clue? Was it Dana Petrino in the White House Press Room with no comment? No, it was Chris Dodd on the Hill with no progress. Or possibly Rosie the Riveter in the factory with no job. Nope... it was General Motors... in the courtroom... in Chapter Eleven.

Saved by zero.


virtualredhead said...

Oh. God. Now I have that insipid jingle in my head again.


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