I'm glad they sent them packing, come on they need to have a plan and then still get turned away in my opinion. Chapter 11 is the only option they should have, period. I'm sorry to keep beating this dead horse but I'm in the business and I don't believe it is going to help.
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Answer by CluelessCarrie at 4:56 AM on Nov. 22, 2008
This whole stupid bailout wasn't even meant for private business. Big three need to file Chapter 11, get rid of the union contracts that are costing millions in overpaid salaries, remodel their business plan, get rid of the gas guzzlers and start building the cars the Americans are actually buying these days. They need to learn from their mistakes and if they are given cash to just pay off their debt, what are they learning? To arrive in Washington in three separate private corporate jets to ask for a hand out because they've failed to run a successful business is a slap in the face to the American people.
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