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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Friday, December 12, 2008

fuel for thought?

The most logical support for the US auto industry is from
the oil companies and their record profits.
Have you heard anyone imply this connection?


Blogger Vincent said...

sounds good to me. but why didn't the unions agree to a drop in wages? they are doing that over here to try and stay in business.

12/12/08, 1:13 PM  
Blogger BBC said...

but why didn't the unions agree to a drop in wages?

Greed, America is all about greed and having more.

12/12/08, 5:58 PM  
Blogger Vincent said...

That's the traditional way to catch a monkey in Africa. You put some candy in a hole in a tree. The monkey stretches in his hand to get the sweets but can't get his fist out. Along comes the hunter but the monkey can't let go to save his life.

12/12/08, 10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These comments all fail to grasp the enormity of the problem, as does the idea that somehow "oil profits" can be transferred to buffer the collapse of an entire sector of the economy.

There's no easy fix to the auto industry debacle, and suggesting that the issue requires some quick simplification is irresponsible and misleading.

It's going to require a complete industry restructuring and a change in the consuming habits of Americans to stabilize this economy; there are a variety of ways to get there, but none of them is simple or easy.

12/14/08, 3:33 PM  
Blogger BBC said...

J. C. Lee, I did not fail to grasp the enormity of the problem, and it's going to get much worse.

And I'm really pleased about that because I'll get through it just fine and be able to tell others, "I told you so."

12/16/08, 6:22 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

Thank you for validation to give more people the invitation to develop more ability to Obermans mediation is the new field of agreement...access has so much potential development..

12/17/08, 11:08 AM  

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