U.S. Could Take Stakes in Big 3 Auto Makers

I have an idea; if our government is going to spend our tax dollars on bailing out dinosaurs who resist innovations that are economical for consumers and environmentally friendly and instead produce unreliable vehicles programmed to die when their warranties expire that guzzle massive amounts of gas (because they are the lap dogs of the oil industry), perhaps they could streamline and reform the industry. Why not merge GM, Ford, and Chrysler into one company and reduce the number of vehicle models to a half dozen or less (compact / coupe / sedan / wagon / van / suv) and make them all plug-in hybrids with flex-fuel tanks and make them easily upgradeable to other upcoming energy and safety technologies, and then only ship a few examples to each metropolitan area, and then have customers custom design their own on a computer and have it made to order? Just a thought…



I am a logical, open-minded, liberal, progressive, radical, green, independent individual living in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, amongst apparently brainwashed conservative southern Baptist Republican zombies. I'm tired of the lies of the government and their media mouthpieces and their corporate masters. I'm tired of the cheating and the stealing and the killing. I'm ready for the future. But the only way we are going to fix things is to all band together and say NO MORE! We have to start punishing the rich white collar criminals as harshly as the poor black blue-collar criminals, if not more so. And I'm tired of cults (AKA religions). They are dangerous, divisive, and delusional. We should evolve past religions towards a global humanitarian ethics. We should move away from a new world order and get back to city states with local democracy, power, food, and water.

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