31 March, 2009

Tough Love For US Automakers

I love this tough love approach Barak Obama took to the auto manufacturers in the USA, now to hope that Kevin Rudd has the cojones to pull off a few similar iron fist in velvet glove moves here with our greedy almost-monopolistic companies.  And that everyone in the world grows enough of a pair to stick all the banks back in their box again.

Tell you what - if we lost all the large conglomerates and companies, if all banks were suddenly split into individual local banks again, and if every supermarket, hypermart, what-have-you - if they were all shut down today, I reckon by two weeks at the most we'd be over the hiatus, our world would suddenly be a lot cleaner, and a lot of people would start being healthier and happier.  The only downside I can see to it is that it would be hard to get decent coffee and wine.  For a while...  So really, I can't see any downside . . .

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1 comment:

Marcy said...

We could always make our own wine! ;)

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