General Motors & Barack Obama

General Motors Company , commonly known as GM, formerly incorporated (until 2009) as General Motors Corporation, is an American multinational automotive corporation headquartered in Detroit, Michigan and the world's largest automaker, by vehicle unit sales, in 2011. Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. 5.0/5

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Our President, Barack Obama could learn something from CEO Mary Barra of General Motors. She testified in front of Congress and said "this is an extraordinary situation. It involves vehicles we no longer make but that came to light on my watch so I'm responsible for resolving it". She didn't blame the previous CEO or anyone who no longer works for the company. She simply accepting ownership for the problem and responsibility for resolving it. Now who in the *** can't respect that? This is what true leadership is, folks.
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From Atlantic Wire: Joe Biden said literally quite literally a lot last night in his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. He also said figuratively, and he alluded to Barack Obama's steel spine. He also mentioned Osama Bin Laden and General Motors (one is dead and one is alive, he said). But back to literally. Politico reports that Biden used the word 9 times as recorded by transcription service TVEyes, others counted as many as 10 uses. It's enough that if it were the word-of-choice in a convention speech drinking game, less hardy sorts might be literally intoxicated by the end of his turn on stage, and so it was fodder for much semantic mockery around the Internet. If there's one thing moderately word-nerdy folks (folks, he said that, too) hate, it's the repeated and possibly improper use of one of those crutch words. In truth, we hate a lot of things, but it's fun to hate crutch words. Crutch words are those expressions we pepper throughout our language as verbal pauses, and somet ...
Frank Marshall Davis wrote columns about the following: Rejected and blasted Winston Churchill; Villification and targetting of General Motors to nationalize it; Favoring taxpayer funding of universal health care; Supporting of government stimulus and trumpeting public sector over the private sector; Constant bashing of Wall Street; Using of slogans such as "change" and "forward"; Attacking of tax cuts that "spare the rich" and that only "benefit millionaires"; Singling out the corporation executive and rich people for not paying their fair share; Excortiation of the "tentacles of big business" banks, big oil, "excess profits" corporate fat cats and their "fat contracts," "millionaires" and "rich men" and the wealthy. We just experienced a presidential candidate who reiterated these same ideas - Barack Obama. For your information, Frank Marshall Davis was the "mentor" of one Barack Obama when he attended Occidental College. Frank Marshall Davis is a card carrying member of the Communist Party USA who was ...
Did Obama save the Auto Industry? Without a doubt, the American auto industry emerged smaller and more competitive. In the words of the bipartisan Congressional Oversight Panel that assessed the impact of the government's efforts: "The industry’s improved efficiency has allowed automakers to become more flexible and better able to meet changing consumer demands, while still remaining profitable." Barack Obama, however, cannot claim full credit for this outcome. According to several experts, he needs to share it with his predecessor, President George W. Bush. Dr. James Rubenstein at Miami University co-wrote a post-bankruptcy assessment for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Rubenstein said no one should overlook the importance of Bush’s decision to use $17.6 billion in TARP money in December 2008 to keep General Motors and Chrysler afloat. "The Bush Administration provided short-term bridge loans," Rubenstein said. "That allowed the Obama Administration to take a couple of months to *** the situa .. ...
romney and ohio DETROIT (AP) — Only a couple of weeks after Barack Obama won the presidency in 2008, the man who would become his Republican challenger in the next election penned a New York Times column with a fateful headline: "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt." Those four words would haunt Mitt Romney across the Rust Belt, where auto manufacturing remains an economic pillar — especially in Ohio, a state that every successful GOP presidential nominee has carried, and in his home state of Michigan, where his father was an auto executive and governor. Romney's opposition to the federal rescue of General Motors and Chrysler didn't necessarily seal his fate in those two crucial states. But no other issue hung in the background for so long. And nothing that Romney tried — his many visits, the millions spent on ads, his efforts to explain and refine his position — could overcome it. "The biggest determining factor was that we couldn't handle the automobile bailout issue," said Bob Bennett, chairman of the Ohio ...
Why are hate and fear mongers so angry that under Barack Obama, Osama Bin Laden is Dead and General Motors is Alive? Check your list, those are 2 great things! Slingin' rhetoric to *** people off, check.
The Obama Way... This is how he thinks.. Delphi Retirees Say Obama Administration Betrayed Them by William Bigelow 5 Nov 2012, 3:39 AM Barack Obama convinced many people he acted heroically when he bailed out General Motors with $50 billion from U.S. taxpayers in 2009. Tell that to the 20,000 Delphi employees who saw their pensions sliced from 30% to 70%. Delphi was the primary parts supplier for General Motors, and was already in bankruptcy in 2009. When Obama bailed out GM, Delphi’s pensions were transferred to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBCG), which was a government-backed organization that insured private pensions. The PBCG decided to terminate the underfunded pension plans. So far, everything was even-handed; everyone suffered. But then GM somehow decided to top up the pensions of 22,000 Delphi members, not all the members, but the ones who were members of the United Auto Workers union. GM invested $1 billion to give the UAW workers their full pensions. But what of the company’s s ...
November 18th, 2008 republican romney : " IF General Motors, Ford and Chrysler get the bailout that their chief executives asked for yesterday, you can kiss the American Automotive Industry goodbye. It won’t go overnight, but its demise will be virtually guaranteed ". May 7th, 2012 republican romney: " I'll take a lot of credit' for Auto Industry success " " I'll take a lot of credit for the fact that this industry's come back," Romney told WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio. October 31, 2012 republican romney: In a radio ad running in Ohio, the Romney campaign leveled this attack at President Obama: " Barack Obama says he saved the Auto Industry. But for who? Ohio or China? Under President Obama, GM cut 15,000 American jobs, but they are planning to double the number of cars built in China, which means 15,000 more jobs for China. And now comes word that Chrysler is planning to build cars in, you guessed it, China." A line was added to the Bloomberg story after it was published stating that Mike Manley, chief o ...
Please tell me this isnt true. The Benghazi debacle may yet make Mitt Romney president. Barely 10 days before the election, the persistent whiff of scandal surrounding Barack Obama exploded into the banner headlines of a cover-up – at least among certain press outlets. Everything changed Friday afternoon with the stunning revelations by Fox News that CIA operatives defending the embattled consulate in Benghazi, Libya, called three times for emergency assistance while the attack was in progress. Each time, they were shamefully turned down. One of those defenders, Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, was apparently able to use a laser designator to pin-point the location of the mortar that eventually killed him. It would have been an easy shot for American pilots had any been ordered to respond. Another new and critical detail: An American drone was overhead transmitting live video of the battle scene below. Only days before, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton airily dismissed new revelations of incriminating emails, ...
from the book "The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor": Frank Marshall Davis was, literally, a card carrying communist and a member of the Communist Party of the United States. He was Obama's mentor from high school on up. He started a communist newspaper "The Chicago Star" where he "Demonized business leaders, demanded taxpayer funding of free, universal health care and the Nationalization of General Motors.and a desire to apologize for the country's great sins" (from National Review book review, Oct. 29, 2012 issue)
In another "government knows best" moment last week, Barack Obama claimed, "[W]e got back every dime we used to rescue the financial system." Problematically, the Congressional Budget Office disagrees. According to the CBO, not only did we not recoup the loss, but the government currently stands to lose about $24 billion on the 2008 TARP bailout. If that's not bad enough, money that went to General Motors has escaped U.S. borders and is now propping up overseas operations as the company redirected some of its federal resources to rescue its foreign business divisions. Wasn't the bailout supposed to help the U.S. economy? It doesn't stop there. The last two weeks alone brought news of woe from two other beneficiaries of taxpayer dollars. First, Bloomberg reports that A123 Systems, an electric car battery maker that received nearly $250 million from the federal government in 2009, has filed for bankruptcy. But in 2010, Obama said that the company's work was "about the birth of an entire new industry in Amer ...
Monday night is the final presidential debate and it’s on foreign policy. Given the dead heat between the two candidates, a strong showing in this debate could well determine who wins the election. Romney has already acquitted himself on the economic issues. He’s made that sale. But Romney still has to convince the American people he can keep them safe in an increasingly dangerous world. And that depends on which Mitt Romney shows up Monday night – the George W. Bush Romney, or the Ronald Reagan Romney. We already know which Barack Obama will show up: Obama-the-Usama-Slayer. He will try to wrap Romney in the tattered flag of George W. Bush and accuse him of trying to get us into another Middle East war. A few weeks ago that looked like enough for Obama to win the debate and coast to victory in November. “General Motors is alive, and Bin Laden is dead” was proclaimed at the Democratic Convention. The September 11th massacre in Benghazi changed all that, and people are now taking a second look at ...
Point - Please pass these around and think about them before you go to the polls next month. Obama selected Tim Geithner, a man who was a tax cheat, to be his Treasury Secretary. That's bad enough, but then Obama spent his whole first term lobbying for tax increases and accusing other people of being greedy for wanting to keep more of their own money. When even the Treasury Secretary refuses to willingly pay all of his taxes, maybe the problem is that you're spending too much, not taxing the American people too little. Point - Everyone should consider this before heading to the polls next month. Feel free to pass these "points to Ponder" along to others. Barack Obama is touting his interference on behalf of his union cronies at General Motors and Chevrolet as a big "success." The cost of that "success" for the taxpayers? 25 billion dollars. The cost to America, over 400 lost dealerships and an average of 125 employees at each -- and it occurred all across Middle America, not just in Detroit. Point - Pleas ...
"Economy: We have to give Raddatz props for asking Biden why White House projections of unemployment under 6 percent were so wrong, but Biden immediately defaulted to blaming Bush. He then berated Mitt Romney for wanting to "let Detroit go bankrupt," in contrast to the administration, which "rescued General Motors." What he neglected to mention was that Detroit did go bankrupt -- the White House just made sure the unions came out okay. Biden then proceeded to the usual leftist class warfare, accusing Republicans of holding the middle class "hostage" to tax cuts "for the super wealthy." Yet tax policy should be about growth, not "fair shares" and "economic patriotism," as Barack Obama put it last week. As Ryan noted, "The economy is barely limping along. It's growing at 1.3 percent. That's slower than it grew last year and last year was slower than the year before." The Romney/Ryan tax cut plan -- a 20 percent cut across the board with reforms to deductions and credits -- is first and foremost a pro-growth ...
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In 2008, when Barack Obama was campaigning for president, he stated very clearly that he would not allow the unemployment rate to go above 8 percent and that he would cut the deficit in half. Further, he stated that if he did not accomplish those two things, he should be a one-term president. The unemployment rate has been about 8 percent (or higher) for Obama’s whole term, and his out-of-control spending has increased the debt by more than $5 trillion. A trillion is one thousand billion dollars and a billion is one thousand million dollars, and that is a lot of money. He brags about saving General Motors. It was done at the expense of the bondholders; they lost everything. In 1980, Lee Iacocca saved Chrysler by cutting costs. The bondholders did not lose, and he paid back the government loan in less than five years. Iacocca had a plan, and made it work at a salary of $1 a year. I read that 91 percent of the black population supports Obama. How can that be, when black unemployment is above 14 percent an ...
An Obama campaign ad attacks Bain Capital & Mitt Romney for outsourcing jobs by investing in ONE Chinese company named Global Tech. But who is the real outsourcer of U.S. Jobs ??? Look no further than Barack Obama and the Auto Industry he boasts of saving. We need to look no further than General Motors’ own figures to learn that GM OUTSOURCES ALMOST TWO-THIRDS of its jobs overseas. LESS THAN ONE IN FIVE GM vehicles are manufactured in the United States. To be exact: GM’s December 31, 2011 annual report shows General Motors of North America accounting for 98,000 of the 207,000 GM jobs worldwide. But 12,000 of these jobs are in Canada and 11,500 are in Mexico. Accordingly, GM has 74,500 jobs in the United States and 122,500 abroad, even after Obama’s touted surge in Detroit jobs. Almost two thirds of GM’s jobs are in other countries. GM’s outsourcing is not a slip. GM clearly states that foreign investment and outsourcing of jobs are an integral parts of its growth strategy. If Romney & Bain ...
A bailed out General Motors expanded its small truck and SUV manufacturing in China soon after closing down similar facilities in Janesville, Wisconsin—the plant Barack Obama pledged to save and keep open for “another hundred years” in 2008. GM has increased its manufacturing capacity in China by 55 percent since emerging from bankruptcy thanks to a $50 billion bailout from taxpayers. An important piece of that increased capacity has taken place in Changchun, Jilin Province in China. On August 30, 2009, GM entered into a “50-50 joint venture” with China FAW Group Corp., one of China’s largest automakers. GM’s cash influx helped boost FAW’s efforts to expand its light duty commercial vehicles and SUV manufacturing. The partnership sold more than 88,000 vehicles in 2010. The move came four months after GM shuttered its Janesville plant, which built SUVs like the Chevrolet Suburban. The closure has become a matter of controversy on the campaign trail after Janesville congressman and Republica ...
Was the actual focus of the tax payer funded bailout of the Auto Industry about securing union votes? From "US News and World Report" The Dark Side of Obama's Auto Industry Bailout Barack Obama is running for re-election as the man who saved General Motors. More than that, he wants us to believe he saved the entire U.S. auto industry and something on the order of 1.5 million jobs up and down the automakers' supply chain. It's a specious argument. As we now know, the bailout had more to do with preserving the existing contracts the United Autoworkers Union have with GM & Chrysler than with the health of the corporate bottom line or institutional longevity. Lost in the discussion of what might have been saved has been any thorough examination of what has been provably lost. Of the way the time-honored rights of corporate bond holders were debased by Obama's deal. Of the number of jobs lost due to the government's closure of dealerships. Of the impact on ordinary Americans who held warranties on General Mot ...
"Wait a minute, isn't Obama the guy that's been spiking the ball over killing Osama?" And, boy, was she right. Twenty-one times at the Democrat convention they made a big deal outta how gutsy and how ballsy and how tough Barack Obama is 'cause he killed Osama. In fact, that was one of two reasons to reelect the guy that were given. That, and General Motors. So you put that together with all the protesters in Egypt shouting, as they went over the wall, "We're all Osamas, Obama!" It led her to believe that they haven't taken kindly to Obama spiking the ball and killing their figurative leader. They weren't shouting anything about a movie or a video as they went over the wall. They were shouting about Osama, and warning Obama that they're all Osamas. And then Obama is out bragging that he and he alone is in charge of the Kill List when it comes to drone attacks. "We had more problems with Rush Limbaugh and conservative talk radio and Paul Ryan than we have with Islam," right? Where's it gotten us? Coordi ...
Osama Bin Laden ALIVE: GM is DEAD! Sure, Bin Laden’s dead. But what he stood for – a weaker America on foreign policy, less American presence on the international stage, a corrupted American economy, a Middle East dominated by Islamists -- is stronger than it was on September 10, 2001. And as Barack Obama continues to kowtow to Islamists across the Middle East, provide flexibility to their supporters in Russia, rely on their funders in China to finance our debt, and slice our military budget, Bin Laden’s lifeforce only grows more vibrant. But what about the second half of the Biden formulation? Even if Bin Laden’s alive, what about General Motors? It’s dead, too. When GM faced bankruptcy, it faced it for one reason: the United Auto Workers had contracts that put GM on the ropes. Instead of allowing GM to go through the normal bankruptcy process, though, President Obama tossed $100 billion at the problem -- $50 billion in straight grants through TARP, a waiver of $45.4 billion in taxes, $360 mil ...
Barack Obama invested BILLIONS of OUR dollars to bail out General Motors. They are producing the Chevy Volt at a loss of about $40,000 per CAR. Mitt Romney created Bain Capital with his blood, sweat and tears. Bain Companies helped create hundreds of thousands of jobs. Almost every big Pension fund (including labor unions, teachers unions, State Employee unions, and city workers) invests hundreds of MILLIONS in Bain . Why? Because Mitt's associations are successful. Where do you want to invest your children's future?
“It’s not worth moving heaven and earth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person." ---Mitt Romney, speaking to the AP in 2007 about Osama Bin Laden “I truly am not that concerned about him (Osama Bin Laden). I know he is on the run. I was concerned about him, when he had taken over a country.” - George W. Bush, 2002 “So I don’t know where he [Osama Bin Laden] is. You know, I just don’t spend that much time on him, Kelly, to be honest with you.” - George W. Bush, 3/13/2002 "And if we have Osama Bin Laden in our sights and the Pakistani government is unable or unwilling to take them out, then I think that we have to act and we will take them out. We will kill Bin Laden; we will crush Al Qaeda. That has to be our biggest national security priority." - Barack Obama, in 2008 "Osama Bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive" --- Vice President Joe Biden
From the WSJ, AUg 31, page A14 Somehow, I find the reflective review of the WSJ more objective than the knee-jerk analysis of MSNBC. I'm not convinced that Ms Cutter knows what a lie is. There is no delicate way to describe ignorance. That one has a live mic in front of her face does not confer accuracy or authority. The Janesville President Paul Ryan quotes Barack Obama from 2008. Democrats are outraged. From their fainting couches, the press corps "fact checkers" and the liberals who love them are having a spell over Paul Ryan's Tampa convention speech. How dare he so much as mention the Wisconsin assembly plant that President Obama promised to keep open but didn't? The claim is that there was nothing the White House could do, because the General Motors facility in Mr. Ryan's hometown of Janesville was already starting to idle production and slated for closure when Mr. Obama took office. Therefore the empty production lines are George W. Bush's fault, like everything else in the last four years. But ...
Who would've thought 15 years ago, that the BIG 3 were NOT Chrysler, Ford, and GM, but instead Subaru, Honda, and Toyota. "On the campaign trail, Barack Obama's signature definition of 'success' is the government bailout of General Motors. 'I said I believe in American workers, I believe in this American industry, and now the American auto industry has come roaring back,' he told an audience in Pueblo, CO [recently]. 'Now I want to do the same thing with manufacturing jobs, not just in the auto industry, but in every industry.' That pronouncement should send a shiver up the spine of every American, due to an inconvenient reality: according to Forbes Magazine, GM is likely headed for bankruptcy all over again. ... As Investors Business Daily reveals, the Treasury Department continues 'to revise upward the staggering losses inflicted on U.S. taxpayers.' ... [L]osses for GM were expected to reach $25 billion, which is $3.3 billion more than predicted earlier. ... In a move reminiscent of that which precipita ...
Americans have lived through nearly four years of what can only be described as an attempt to take over our government and “fundamentally transform” it away from the limits of the Constitution to a nation in which the government, under Obama, seized General Motors to nationalize it, imposed Obamacare to take control of our healthcare system, and attacked “millionaires and billionaires” as greedy capitalists. His slogans have been “change” and “forward”, longtime favorites of communists. On November 6, 2012, Americans will have just one chance to rid the nation of Barack Obama, an acolyte of Frank Marshall Davis and a friend of many who scorn America. If he is reelected, he will do what communists have always done when the opportunity arose. He will seize complete control of the machinery of government to enslave Americans who were duped into voting for a man whose true past was and continues to be carefully hidden by the mainstream media, a man mentored by a notorious communist.
Every time I see one of these reports I end up wondering how exactly it is that Mitt Romney is even in contention for this election, because common sense on everyday kinds of things is so...not there. Here's an ad from the Romney campaign accusing Barack Obama of causing businesses to close in Ohio because he bailed out the auto industry. In the 30-second spot, Al Zarzour, a 61-year-old car dealership owner from Lyndhurst, Ohio, says that in the wake of the auto bailout General Motors shut down his credit line, forcing him to lay off his 30-person workforce. "In 2009, under the Obama administration's bailout of General Motors, Ohio dealerships were forced to close," a narrator says in the commercial. But just as the narrator says that at the 5-second mark, the ad shows a streetscape that appears to be in Oklahoma City, as noted by Sarah Burris, managing editor of the progressive blog FutureMajority.com. Google Street View confirms that the scene is indeed outside the Advanced Academics building on E. Sher ...
Thursday's Supreme Court ruling upholding President Barack Obama's signature legislation health care legislation effectively cements the cornerstone of his political legacy, observers said."This would be in the first paragraph of Barack Obama's summation of his presidency,""I think President Obama is now in very good stead to say, 'I passed the Affordable Care Act, I got Osama Bin Laden, and I saved General Motors," said Brinkley, referring also to the raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader and Obama's backing of the automobile industry bailout. "He has three real historic accomplishments."
Anyone else find it odd that the Obama administration would pick "outsourcing" as the topic of choice this week to attack Romney on? Besides the fact that as any student of economics can tell you, outsourcing actually spurs domestic economic growth when done strategically. As a private businessman, Mitt Romney may have been involved in the outsourcing of some jobs, but as President, Barack Obama gave billions of dollars in bailouts to help businesses which outsource thousands of jobs. How about all those thousands of manufacturing jobs that where shipped to China, Mexico, South Korea and Japan by General Motors after taking billions from taxpayers? Don't imagine well here much about that from the Obama camp now will we?
I pass along a public letter relevant to the current political discourse: 23 May 2012 Editor, Washington Post 1150 15th St., NW Washington, DC 20071 Dear Editor: Matt Miller asserts that "Obama's restructuring of the auto industry displayed, on a much grander scale, precisely the kind of tough-minded business calls Romney says are private equity's specialty. Obama fired management, shed workers, slashed costs, revamped operations, restructured the balance sheet and fashioned new strategies. When the dust cleared, Obama had positioned General Motors and Chrysler to move forward as viable firms" ("Barack Obama, private equity king," May 23). Ludicrous. Unlike any actions that could be taken by Bain Capital and other private-sector investors, Pres. Obama - arbitrarily suspended established bankruptcy procedures; - flipped the priority of creditors so that secured creditors were forced to accept fewer cents on the dollar than were received by lower-priority (but politically more useful) creditors; - stake ...
I voted enthusiastically and proudly for Barack Obama in 2008. I hoped for more change. Nevertheless, I will vote for him again in 2012 with no apologies. Anyone who buys into the notion that the economy would be better had John McCain and Sara Palin been elected is delusional. Is there anyone out there who thinks the US would be better off today without General Motors and all the companies that are dependent on it? Go Obama-Biden 2012!
10 Things That Would Be Happening Today If Obama's Policies Were Working (by John Hawkins; May 04, 2012) Barack Obama has "already held more re-election fundraising events than every elected president since Richard Nixon combined." Yet, despite the fact that he has been campaigning almost non-stop since the 2010 election, aside from trying to steal credit from the SEALs for killing Osama Bin Laden, you very seldom hear Obama talk about his record. This is especially noteworthy because like him or hate him, Obama has passed a lot of legislation. So, if Barack Obama has such an extensive record, why is it that Republicans are the ones that are always talking about it while Obama tries to steer the conversation to anything else? Simple: Obama is a failed President. His policies haven't worked. If Obama had actually produced results, the country would look very different today. 1) Obama touts General Motors as a success story. If that were true, General Motors would have made a profit without taxpayers losing ...
General Motors : Government Motors no more: An apology is due to Barack Obama: his takeover of GM could have gone ...
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