Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Bailout U.S. automakers?

Detroit's Big Three automakers, begging Congress for a $25 billion bailout to help their teetering companies, told lawmakers today that without $25 billion in loans from the government, millions of people will lose their jobs as their demise ripples across the economy.
In Shreveport, hundreds of former and current General Motors workers -- both management and rank-and-file -- rallied outside the gates of the truck assembly plant, calling for the federal bailout.
Watch the video.

Local blog We The People has some thoughts on the proposed bailout too.

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