posted on 05/05/2009 3:20:38 PM PDT
What a shocker. Just when I thought the day couldn’t get more
posted on 05/05/2009 3:21:47 PM PDT
(<-- Looking for the silver lining in every cloud, since 1998)
Since the Taxpayers are the largest creditors we should sue to get our money back.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:23:45 PM PDT
("Hope and Change" is so overrated!)
I’m shocked— zero said it would all be repaid. You mean we can’t trust zero?
What did we hear from the start of this Goat F**K. “Bankruptcy is not on the table”. If we had let them file back at the start of this we would be 7 billion to the good right now......I guess Zero would have blown it on something else anyway!
posted on 05/05/2009 3:27:09 PM PDT
by Recon Dad
Taxpayer’s money...........gone. Forever gone. FUBO.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:27:25 PM PDT
But Paulson, Bernanke, and Gleithner all promised we’d get that money back....
posted on 05/05/2009 3:29:40 PM PDT
by Virginia Ridgerunner
(Sarah Palin is a smart missile aimed at the heart of the left!)
You mean barry lied? Really? Shocked I tell you, shocked!!!
I wonder if there is a way we could sue Chrysler to get our money back. I don't remember signing anything allowing my hard earned money to go to these people.
Oh, never mind. I forgot contracts don't mean anything anymore.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:30:03 PM PDT
(The beauty of the 2nd amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it. T.J.)
Did anyone expect any different?
The Obama MisAdministration doesn't want the money back anyway. Obama desires that the "people" - the US Government, control the Chrysler Corporation. Obama wants the US Government to control and operate all US industries and businesses, the health care sectors, 7-11 stores, supermarket chains, department stores, shopping malls, gas stations etc.
It just chafes the Democrats raw that Americans have the right to own and operate businesses for their own pure profit. It infuriates them that Americans can control their own economic circumstances and destiny. The accretion of dictatorial power and control over the lives and actions of the American people through economic means is what the Obama regime and its Democrat Party is all about.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:35:57 PM PDT
I read somewhere that we’re shelling out, like, $314,000 per employee to the UAW. Wouldn’t it be more economical to give them the money directly, shut down the plants, and let them live off the fat of the interest?
Or is that too honest? Yeah, better to pretend as if there’s a market for cars made by Dodd, Waxman, and Obama.
May this worthless welfare queen of a company crash and burn.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:36:58 PM PDT
(Save America - Ban Ethanol Now!)
Why didn’t they simply let Chrysler go bankrupt, without giving them Federal dollars. Oh, I know, so Obama could get his big mitts around Chrysler. After all, the Administration knows so much better than the rest of us what should be done.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:37:56 PM PDT
(The greatest crimes in history have been perpetrated by governments. You've been warned.)
This is like finding out that the wino on the corner you gave $10 bucks won't pay you back.
Unless he decides to pee on your doorstep with the end product of the $10 bucks.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:39:56 PM PDT
by N. Theknow
(Kennedys: Can't fly, can't ski, can't drive, can't skipper a boat, but they know what's best.)
A 7 billion taxpayer dollar UAW payoff.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:40:05 PM PDT
by headstamp 2
(Spay or Neuter your liberal today!)
The only fool that thought the tarp money was going to be paid back was a poster here that told me I was dead wrong. If I could remember who it was I'd ask him about it??
posted on 05/05/2009 3:40:45 PM PDT
(Auto unions bad: Machinists union good=Hypocrisy)
posted on 05/05/2009 3:41:00 PM PDT
Just a few billion down the rat-hole ... And why was bankruptcy not an option then, but is now. Could have saved the billions.
posted on 05/05/2009 3:45:34 PM PDT
(You abolish your responsibilities, you surrender your rights.)
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