No me extraña nada. La blogosfera norteamericana lo está investigando.
- Gibbs Denies Politics In Chrysler Dealership Closings But Unofficial Figures Tell a Different Story **MAP**
Dymphna de Gates of Vienna nos cuenta algunas cosas más (Would You Buy a Car From This Man?):
It turns out that the Auto Task Force appointed by Obama (I don’t know who actually chose the individuals in this «Task Force») is made up of individuals from the field of finance, not the car industry:
«Who is this auto task force and who do they represent? They certainly don’t represent workers in America. They don’t represent investors, they don’t represent dealerships they represent various Wall Street interests,» said Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio.
The combined total of auto industry experience the 24-member task force brings to the bailout negotiations equals zero, and some don’t drive at all, note critics.
«Of course we know that nobody on the task force has any experience in the auto business, and we heard at the hearing many of them don’t even own cars. And they’re dictating the auto industry for our future? What’s wrong with this picture?» asked Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas.
Thirty-six members of Congress from both sides of the aisle told the White House last week they are troubled by the work of the Auto Task Force. The lawmakers’ concerns range from exploiting auto workers to laying off dealership employees.
«Decisions being made by the Auto Task Force and in the bankruptcy proceedings in New York are more than troubling,» the group, which includes Kucinich and Gohmert, wrote in a letter to Obama.
The lawmakers — wary of shuttered car dealerships, job losses and the big unknown of a GM bankruptcy — implored the Obama administration to slow down the restructuring process.
«Basically the task force is moving too quickly and there’s kind of a double standard,» a senior congressional aide told FOXNews.com. «We’ll do anything to bail out the banks, but we’re saying to the automobile industry you can fail. … The people who are on (the task force) are financial guys. These aren’t car guys.»
El grupo de trabajo encargado de la nacionalización de Chryslker y General Motors está formado por personas sin ninguna experiencia en la industria del motor. La preside un chaval de 31 años (Un abogado de Yale de 31 años sin experiencia en el sector privado desmantelará GM). Este:
Hasta Chávez está bromeando que Obama es tan socialista como Castro o él mismo (Phyllis Schlafly Warns About Obama‘s Socialist Policies That Are to the Left of Chavez and Castro (Video))
El gordo Moore está también echando su cuarto a espadas y haciendo leña del árbol caído: Far Left Blowhard Michael Moore «Joyful» Over GM’s Demise