Saturday, March 6, 2010

RNC Should Go Into the Car Business

Given the persistent failure of the Republican National Committee to find political candidates suitable for a presidential run, perhaps they should consider going into another line. One that would seem to suit them well is the car business. The car companies have failed to find ways to produce quality outputs to compete with the Japanese, and likewise, the RNC has failed to find good quality candidates to compete with the Democrats. The American automobile companies lost their way in the 1940s when they decided to fixate on styling and marketing rather than improving quality, and the RNC lost its way when it decided to focus on providing large benefits to corrupt special interests rather than focusing on limiting government and supporting the Constitution. The American car companies depend on a corrupt government bailout and the RNC supports an even more corrupt bailout of investment banks.

The car business would be well suited to the RNC. Instead of financing political campaigns, they can take government money and open up shop in Mexico.


Anonymous said...

December 19, 2008, the U.S. government agreed to give Chrysler and General Motors a government bailout, not "The American car companies".

Ford stock price:
3-2-09 price was $1.70
3-1-10 price was $13.00

Mairi said...

My hope would be that they would sell "old jalopies" like a "Founding Fathers" model.
The newer models just aren't worth the price tag.
I'd shop for a sound Founding Fathers model. They just don't build 'em like they used to anymore!