Thursday, June 4, 2009

GM hires Community Organizer as CEO

So did Chrystler, AIG, and a number of financial institutions.

Sounds pretty idiotic but oh, America you did it. Good thing you wrote off Mitt Romney and his pesky business acumen- I mean, he CHANGED his opinion on abortion! Imagine the impact THAT would have had on the economy. Seriously, why would the president need to know how to run a business.....

15 comments:

adamf said...

Actually, GM hired us!

Salt H2O said...

by what logic?

adamf said...

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon!

adamf said...

Really though, I am glad you have a president to despise now. After 8 years of W., you really deserved a chance that the rest of us had taken for granted. :)

Sherpa said...

(Cough-Cough,) I'm really sick of the Straw-man logical fallacy used in political speech today.

Salt H2O said...

Adam- I don't despise Obama I just find him extremely unqualified for the tasks he's taken upon himself.

I despise Nancy Pelosi.

adamf said...

Lol, give it a few more years. ;)

Steve said...

Adam is right, GM chose the president, whomever would have won. McCain wouldn't have been any more qualified. If you want to blame anyone for Mittens not being president, start with Rush, Hannity, and mostly Huckabee and the rest of the GOP. Look inward, Grasshopper. (RIP Carridine).

Actually, Obama isn't running the company, it's more the government as a whole and mostly Treasury and Congress.

Salt H2O said...

Steve,
I do blame the Republican party- completely.

Kristen said...

I blame the republican party, and I can't stand Obama... his policies scare the shit out of me!

Robin said...

Kristen said shit!
Kristen said shit!
Kristen said shit!
Kristen said shit!

I'm telling mom.

Steve said...

Kristen, welcome to the past 8 years of the rest of the country's feelings! ;-)

Salt H2O said...

I think it's funny that people assume that individuals that dislike Obama loved George W.

It is possible to dislike BOTH Obama and George W. Just because the policies of one scare the crap out of you doesn't mean you happened to love the policies of the other.

There are a bunch of 'republicans' roaming this country with out a party.

Steve said...

I agree Salty, but the screaming that is going on by MOSTLY the right now, is what we all on the left felt like for eight years. Seriously, 'I feel your pain.' And I don't relish in it, b/c it is unfortunate.

When the Dems felt this way, they knew who to blame, themselves. So they trashed the Gore/Clinton party in 2000 and rebuilt. Out with the old, in with the new. Clintons still got back in, almost, but they were fairly silent for 7 of those 8 years from a party leadership role. The GOP needs to do the same thing. Stop listening to the OLD guys from the past and rebuild. It took the Dems several years and an embarassing 2004 election (even we didn't think Kerry/Lieberman was a good idea!) to get back. The problem I see with the GOP and its members is I see a lot of clinging to the OLD guard, the one that failed them the past 10 years. The other problem is that I don't know who is a position to rebrand the GOP around them.

The Dems rebounded by embracing its roots. The GOP will have to do the same thing. But I don't know who that could be?!?!

Jo's Outlet said...

By the way, I despise Nancy Pelosi as well. Stand up for yourself, Nancy! You accused the CIA of a federal crime, so grow some balls and follow through!