Now that's more like it 2
Obama throws his weight
into the Chrysler bankruptcy deal, and for the first time he throws solidly against the Wall Street criminals.
Finally showing some independence from the Mafia.
As I've pointed out before,
bankruptcy doesn't necessarily destroy an auto maker. It all depends on how the reorganization works and who takes control. If smart "car men" take over, the odds are good. If bean counters are in charge, the odds are bad.