What? The Big 3 (Chrysler, Ford and General Motors) want $25 billion from the $700 billion bailout money the government has allocated for the bailout of banks, businesses, etc. Several years ago, didn't we bailout Chrysler? Why are they in financial problems again? Is it for the CEO and staff's million dollar bonuses? Chrysler needs to restaff and find a staff that knows the word "budget". How many more chances do we need to give Chrysler...and, for that matter, why must American citizens rescue the Big 3? Did any of us receive large bonuses? I'm sure we'd do a much better job if put in control because most of us know what a "budget" is. Do we have to educate the Big 3?
Here's something to think about. Hasn't the reported profits of some oil companies been the greatest in years? That makes me believe the oil companies need to step in here and bailout the Big 3. After all, it would be in their best interest. If we don't have cars, then there won't be such a big demand for gas.
It's time for someone to take control and teach the Big 3 how to run their businesses. We need to stop the CEO's and their staffs from filling their pockets at the expense of American citizens. Haven't they learned from Toyota and Honda, to name a few?