Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Not in the Auto Biz

Remember, he's not, repeat, NOT, running GM:
The newspaper went on to report that "The mayor said he's more secure in knowing GM will stay in Detroit, a move paved by several conversations Bing and his administration had with several top White House officials in recent days."

We don't know whether GM should stay in Detroit. But we do know that the location of a company's headquarters is one of those decisions typically not made by people who are busy not running the company.
And this is not, repeat NOT, politics as usual. That is all.


Annie said...

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A.C. McCloud said...

Tell the US Chamber to get their act together on border control and more conservatives might consider it, Annie.