Here it is. I read it looking for the names of the plants that would close and those that would stay open, and which plants would make which vehicles –data which isn’t in the “plan.”
How in the world does GM expect a group of politicians to spend billions on a plan that might turn aorund and close huge job providers in their backyards? It is hard to be transparent, but it is completely foolish to expect the public and the Congress to sign off on a 37 page head-fake.
Senator Saxby Chambliss cruised to a decisive win in the Georgia run-off, and GOP activists are smiling across the country. Not only is a theoretical filibuster safe, but this is evidence that the Obama coattails are short indeed. If the GOP gets its house in order, there’s every reason to expect 2010 and 2012 to be very good years for the Republicans as the “change” mantra runs its course and voters begin to recollect that the Democrats took over the Congress in January of 2007 –before the economy cratered.
Victor Davis Hanson, a guest on today’s show, was at a loss for words on whether the U.S. ought to be expecting a subsidy for our naval operations if our ships are going to protect sea shipments of Middle east crude.