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29th April
2009
written by Sean Noble

This is the future of the American auto industry now that President Obama can dictate who will run Chrysler.  It’s the guy running Fiat (see above – remember Fiat?)  We’re far from the days of Iacocca, and no, Obama, you’re no Iacocca. Not even close.

Yet one more step in the ever-expanding march of Obama’s “hope and change” government into our lives.

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11 Comments

  1. Chelsea
    29/04/2009

    Sweet ride!!

  2. Chelsea
    29/04/2009

    Sweet ride!! The ladies will love it. Haha

  3. Brent
    29/04/2009

    Great day to be a union boss, eh?

  4. 29/04/2009

    HAHAHA…What?!

  5. Mr. Conservative
    30/04/2009

    Fiat ownes Alfa Romero, Ferrari & Maserati… Maybe they can improve Chrysler?

  6. NotSoNoble
    30/04/2009

    Sean –

    You guys lost — by a landslide. Get over it.

    NSN

  7. Kelley
    30/04/2009

    NSN~
    What will you do with your spare time should Sean stop exercising his freedom of expression? Why don’t you get over this and stop reading the blog if you have such a problem with it?
    Best,
    Kel

  8. Thomas
    30/04/2009

    I can put a .50 cal on top of that

  9. Danny Mazza
    30/04/2009

    My favorite thing about Lee Iacocca: he used to tell the employees of Chrysler that the easiest way to remember how to spell is name is through the phrase:

    I.
    A.m
    C.hairman
    O.f
    C.hrysler
    C.orporation
    A.lways.

  10. Danny Mazza
    30/04/2009

    NSN- 69,000,000 votes to 60,000,000 votes isn’t so much of a landslide when you consider that 130,000,000 votes were cast. Yeah, it wasn’t close, but a landslide looks more like 1980, 1972, 1964, etc. Not 2008.

  11. 30/04/2009

    I like Sean’s Blog. It makes me feel better about my positions.

    Oh and Danny — Elections are not determined by the popular vote — we would have had a different president for the last eight years if that was the case. Obama won 365 – 173.

    If you do want to talk popular votes though — 2000 was determined by 300 Florida votes and 2004 was determined by 100,000 Ohio votes. So 9,000,000 is a landslide.

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