1 de abril de 2009

La comedia y el rescate automotriz

Jay Leno, comediante norteamericano, resume las paradojas del rescate de General Motors.

According to the government, Rick Wagoner was forced to resign because of poor performance. That’s embarrassing . . . run an organization that loses billions of dollars and then get fired by a guy who heads up an organization that loses trillions of dollars.

Here’s the part that I find odd: The government didn’t asked any of those Wall Street CEOs to quit. Isn’t that kind of a double standard? If you build Cadillacs, you’re screwed. But if your chauffeur drives a Cadillac, you’re OK.

Nadie sabe para quien trabaja.

Via Newsmax

PD. ¿No sabes quien es Rick Wagoneer? Lee la entrada del 31 de marzo.


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