Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Sniveling and Spraying Silliness: Jim Press

Oh really?

A top executive of Chrysler LLC cautioned Wednesday that a carmaker collapse could send the economy spiraling into a depression, as the United Auto Workers union braced for contract concessions.

Jim Press, Chrysler's vice chairman, said the U.S. automakers were "down to months left," as industry officials ratcheted up a fierce lobbying push to persuade Congress to approve as much as $34 billion in emergency aid.


"We're on the brink with the U.S. auto manufacturing industry," Press told The Associated Press in an interview. "If we have a catastrophic failure of one of these car companies, in this tender environment for the economy, it's a huge blow. It could trigger a depression."


Maybe for you, Mr. Press, you sniveling worm.

What--did Nardelli take first dibs on the spare-parts business for Chrysler products and you're out in the cold, Jimbo?

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