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I bought a Chevy Cavalier back in 2005 to get away from Ford, in part due to:  1) horrendously shitty gas mileage from my F150, and 2) equally shitty customer service.

That, and I was boycotting the at the request of Mr. Wildmon.

However, Mr. Wildmon has since called off the boycott – and none too soon, either.  Because if I now want to buy a car from an American company, Ford’s my only option.

Because this morning, GM & Chrysler officially went on my shit list.

Citing imminent danger to the national economy, President Bush ordered an emergency bailout of the U.S. auto industry Friday, offering $17.4 billion in rescue loans and demanding tough concessions from the deeply troubled carmakers and their workers.

Translation:  they get only 10 30-minutes breaks per day instead of 12, and the lunches get cut back to 1.5 hours.

Detroit’s Big Three cheered the action and vowed to rebuild their once-mighty industry, though they acknowledged the road would be anything but smooth as they fight their way back from the brink of bankruptcy.

Get it straight, Asphyxyated Piss morons:  Ford isn’t part of this bailout.  For now, anyway.

The autoworkers union complained the deal was too harsh on its members

Not nearly as harsh as not having a job in the first place, you dumbasses.  Then again, you pussified thugs should be glad I’m not President, because any deal with any automaker would include the dissolution of your pathetic little group.  Get your job on your own merits, like I and most other Americans have to.

while Bush’s fellow Republicans in Congress said it was simply bad business to bail out yet another big industry.

And God bless those Republicans, too.  At least they have more spine than Limpdickya.

Bush, who signed the massive $700 billion rescue for financial institutions only this fall, said he was reluctant to approve yet another government bailout of private business.

Oh, sure  he was.  About as “reluctant” as he was to bail out his butt-buddies on Wall Street.

Here’s a hint, Shrub:  In order to succeed at capitalism, one also has to be allowed to fail.  Sorta like what your non-war-related presidency has done.

But he said that allowing the massive auto industry to collapse in the middle of what is already a severe downturn “could send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.”

Oh, bullshit.  There would have been no fucking collapse.  GM & Chrysler would have filed for Chapter 11, life would have gone on, cars would continue to be sold, the cuntmuffin unions would have been brought to their fuckin’ knees, and so on.

Win-win for everyone, IYAM.  Except for the unions, but that’s what would have made it sweeter.

Speaking at the White House, he also said he didn’t want to “leave the next president to confront the demise of a major American industry in his first days of office.”

Ball-less to the very last.

This  is why your ratings are so damned low, Linguiniya!  You have such a fucking woodie  for getting along with Demoscum pussies who’d as soon kneecap you as look at you that you have completely forgotten the conservative base  that got you there in the first place!  You are wasting time trying to play nice with chickenshits who are going to revile you no matter what, to the point that now your own constituency  fuckin’ reviles you as well!

Great Honkin’ Cthulu™, man – you’ve got degrees from both Harvard & Yale – you’re supposed  to be smarter than this!

And then the GOP wonders why the hell they’re getting their brains beaten in.

For your part, Ford – sell me a Mustang and all will be forgiven. 


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