Thursday, February 16, 2012

GM Posts $7.6B Profit, Are Bailout Critics Still Singing 'No Bailout' Tune?

The editor of JeffCars.com recently received a personal plant tour at the Lake Orion auto assembly plant from Alicia B. Davis (r), the highest ranking African American female at GM, and Nina Price (l), a communications manager for GM, who started her career as one of the plant's supervisors. Davis, who was responsible for reopening the plant, after it was closed temporarily during GM's turbulent years, has since been promoted  to a new position back at the Detroit headquarters.

Are the auto bailout critics still saying no to the government bailout of the auto industry? Just wondering: Will Romney try to backtrack, after the scathing op-ed he wrote earlier this week, regarding President Obama and the auto bailout?


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