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Job the best use of our auto executives time at Georgia Republicans Johnny Isaacson that was on that committee today -- as -- right now.
Senators just a good use of their time that we want them making cars just -- -- something auto related.
Well what should -- happened is in the fall of last year President Bush and out of advance the seventeen billion we -- allowed to go into structured bankruptcy.
Then everybody would been a lot better shape now we're sixty billion dollars short in taxpayer money in the government running a business that it doesn't know anything about.
That was a bad decision on behalf of both administrations and much of.
What I like about you senators you said that then warn that then kind of preview what would be happening now.
And here we are right and and now we've got auto executives in Manhattan hand.
And now they have didn't meet with or at least answer to.
Different hats how they gonna do that.
Well let's -- -- this very problematic obviously what happened today the very guys that they said lobbying Capitol Hill to bail -- a year ago talking about the dealers.
On behalf of the -- auto makers now the auto makers are.
Pretty much pulling the rug out of a murderer quarter of the dealers of the dealers.
Are incensed and -- really have every right to believe it.
You know this is an example of -- government doesn't need to be running businesses we need to run the government like a business but not business like -- government and that's what tapping the automobile.
You know military wanted to run the government like this dozens of pencil on the other show let me ask you senator less exact because they listed -- -- Fritz Henderson when he was in here with me the other day it was saying that look if I want to -- -- popular car lying down on the city administration laughs I can't.
If I wanna shut plant down I -- in other words that he didn't need the OK for me on a test for -- for that matter President Obama.
When I asked him if he was pulling a green car let's say that the president was hot to trot on.
Because he said look we've studied it it's just not gonna -- He insisted that the president would be OK with that for the life of me sir I can't see that that'd be the president is is is really.
Eager to sell.
I don't know whether they -- plug in cars wind of cars or cars that are so tiny you'd need like a tiny little body to fit in them.
He really -- that he's not gonna give up on that -- Well I don't think so and if you listen to the answers the question today when mr.
Henderson answered -- senator Joseph answered questions.
He pretty much referred to three people by name in the administration that they had run they're closures -- and a couple of times mr.
Co president of Chrysler make comments about the new Chrysler and selling green cars and -- the Fiat deal I don't think there's any question that the influence toward fuel efficiency.
Green cards less consumption of all this has a big overplay right now on this reconfiguration of both general -- Whatever we will let Americans -- -- say you know we don't want those guys you know how American people can be very feisty independent and all of a sudden.
They might not one cars you could plug into -- wall and then then all of a sudden they say.
And look the American people want one thing the administration wants something else what -- what happens.
Well in the business world that determines success and failure if you try and sell the American people something they don't want to buy you're gonna go out of business.
Yeah you've got a government might be trying to sell them -- That they don't want about all you're gonna do is put that business the government took over in deeper trouble than it's -- and ultimately.
Supply and demand and consumers drive the economy that's -- free enterprise works you cannot be medically managed -- like the government.
Senator thank you very much very good having.
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