Chrysler Eminem Super Bowl Commercial – Imported From Detroit

They took our bailout money. Now they made a commercial telling us we don’t know anything about them.

They tell us about “the hottest fires,” “hard work,” “conviction,” and “know how.” But they don’t mention “other peoples’ money.”

Murdoc loves it when someone takes the cash he earned by living at a profit and uses some of it to buy two-minute Super Bowl commercials to get in his face and tell him how things are in a city and company that’s living at a loss.

This is the Motor City, and this is what we do: Chrysler workers at Jefferson plant accused of using drugs during lunch

Oh, and Murdoc has been to Detroit. Many times for many reasons. It’s pretty much a pit and the corruption seems to rival that in Kabul.

UPDATE: Meanwhile:

This is the Motor City, and this is what we do:
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said the automaker was in talks to refinance its expensive government loans

He says the interest rates are unfair and wants a better deal because he still lost money.

Comments

  1. Funny how much easier it is to critcize Detroit, which has always faced unfair competition and predatory unions that it couldn’ say No to thanks to their political connections, yet not a peep about the big investment banks who helped themselves to hundreds of billions of public money just to cover the losses on their irresponsible speculations. At least auto companies make something useful, unlike predators on Wall Street. I also notice on an old post Murdoc says the defacement of the Vietnam monument was not publicized so as not to reward the defacers. Nonsense. Had it been publicized the defacers would have feared for their lives. The truth is that the media likes to protect the image of the antiwar crowd, which it mostly belongs to, at least if the war is against Communists.

    1. The “people on Wall Street” provide a necessary service in our economy – they provide capital for companies and opportunities for investors.

      Part of the problem on Wall Street was the transition of the investment houses from partnerships to corporations. That meant that they stopped playing with their own money – becoming far less conservative with their moves.

      The other problem – the unions, the EPA, IRS and all the other government intrusion make it very difficult to build successful a manufacturing company. So the talented and aggressive head for Wall Street to make it big.

      Like many people, I don’t think anyone should be bailed out in any industry. Pay your money and take your chances like everyone else.

  2. It is supremely ironic that those bailout dollars have now gone from Chrysler and GM hands directly into the coffers of Rupert Murdoch and his evil Fox empire!

  3. Very poorly done for a car commercial. They told me nothing about the car being advertised,and barely even showed what i looks like.

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