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  1. Bush seen by his own people.

    Diablo's Den
    "We had a confluence of characters-and I sue the term very carefully-that included people like Powell, Dick Chenney, Condi Rice, and so forth, which allowed one perception to be "the dream team". It allowed everybody to believe that this Sarah Palin-like president-because, let's face it, that's...
  2. Givebacks in Bush plan rile UAW

    Ford Employee Discussion
    It makes you wonder how Union leadership cannot fathom how their workers welfare is connected to the health of the enterprise they work for. Michigan is in a pathetic state precisely becouse no business wants to go there and get entangled in the union mess. Now even families are leaving in...
  3. NYT: Bush Weighs ‘Orderly’ Bankruptcy for Automakers

    General Motors Discussion
    The New York Times Bush Weighs ‘Orderly’ Bankruptcy for Automakers WASHINGTON — The White House said on Thursday that an “orderly” bankruptcy was one option being considered to try to rescue General Motors and Chrysler, which are seeking billions of dollars to avoid a shutdown. President...
  4. George W. Bush unique and historic opportunity

    Diablo's Den
    George W. Bush unique and historic opportunity Say what you want about president George W. Bush, the lamest duck of them all. But there are two things that no one can denny. The guys is very likable when he is not talking about serious issues that affect all of our lives, and the guy is lucky...
  5. VIDEO: Bush's limo breaks down in Rome, Italians giggle and point

    Chrysler Group Discussion
    LINK to AUTOBLOG Most people just have a spare tire or a can of fix-a-flat and an auto club card when they hit the road. But as we all know, they do things bigger in Texas, so when some guy from Texas goes for a drive around Rome, he brings along a spare stretch armored limo! As President...
  6. Bush tours GM, Ford plants, touts alternative fuels

    Ford Corporate News
    Bush tours GM, Ford plants, touts alternative fuels CLAYCOMO, Missouri (Reuters) - President George W. Bush used visits to struggling U.S. automakers on Tuesday to pitch his energy agenda, promoting cars that use less or no gasoline as a way to cut oil use and tailpipe emissions. Bush toured...