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.
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.