If it weren't already clear that President Teleprompter wanted to run Chrysler into the arms of the UAW and Fiat, the "Wall Street Journal" ran a front page piece on June 6, 2009 that clearly spells it all out.
The article, titled "U.S. Pushed Fiat Deal on Chrysler" discusses emails that show Chrysler and its advisers were very concerned about off-balance sheet joint ventures Fiat was involved with, as well as a lack of financial disclosure on the part of Fiat. Cheap? No. 100% Free. Trade stocks for free on Zecco.com. The Free Trading Community. www.zecco.com
The emails, which you can read for yourself, demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt the level of personal involvement of President Teleprompter. Here is just a taste:
"Its over. The President doesn't negotiate second rounds."
Absolutely breathtaking. These emails came to light in discovery as the Indiana pension funds sought to stop the nationalization plan. As of June 8, 2009, the federal Appeals Court has allowed the nationalization to continue, though it is delayed to allow Indiana's lawyer, Tom Lauria, who Treasury refers to as a "terrorist," to file with the Supreme Court. Gift Cards - Jeep Parts & Accessories
In the end, the issue is whether bankruptcy law in the United States will be followed or if the President to exercise extra-constitutional duties. As is clearly the case, the rule of absolute priority is not being followed in Chrysler's case. The failure to abide by the rule of law is destroying trust in the economic system of the United States.