Monday, December 08, 2008

Another Cunning Plan

Well, not. Byebye unions and pensions.
WASHINGTON — The White House and Democratic Congressional leaders said Monday that they were close to agreeing on the terms of a $15 billion government rescue of the American automobile industry that would be directed by one or more appointees of President Bush and would impose expansive federal oversight of the auto companies. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she hoped that Mr. Bush’s appointee – or car czar as the position has come to be known – would not need to be replaced by President-elect Barack Obama, raising the prospect that the outgoing and incoming administrations would cooperate in selecting someone.

Yes, because that's so what's going to happen.