President Obama said yesterday that he will offer GM and Chrysler taxpayer-funded aid, which he said will be unveiled in a couple of days. The Washington Post reported that he has discovered some newfound responsibilities in his job description:
“I know that it is not popular to provide help to autoworkers — or to auto companies — but my job is to measure the costs of allowing these auto companies just to collapse,” he said.
As my colleague Roy Cordato said recently, I wish he’d go back to his other responsibilities like basketball predictions.
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