The Money Pit
Running a business is risky. There is no guarantees, and sometimes you lose. That’s life. Proper planning and intelligent spending can help minimize the risk and maximize profits. But there will always be risk. Talk to the thousands of entrepreneurs across the Country who have made money, and lost money running a business. The automotive sector is no different than any other business. They are in it to make money, and sometimes it is more difficult because of many different reasons. But to ask for public money to bail them out is ridiculous.
For the past decade they have allowed unions to dig the pit ever deeper until now, they are barely able to keep their heads above it. The unions are laregly to blame, refusing to even talk about concessions. How can they say they are afraid of losing their jobs, and in the same breath say they won’t do anything to help? Give me a break, these guys are making $75 an hour to stand on an assembly line and do the same thing everyday, in a heated, air conditioned factory. And talk about benefits! And these people are standing around whining about losing their jobs and demanding the rest of us pay for it? No way.
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