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Too big to fail? Nobody (nothing) is too big to fail. Yes there would have been fallout. And yes people probably would have lost jobs. But the market will correct itself. It won't happen overnight. It may not happen in your lifetime but it will reach an equilibrium.
Never been a union fan. They have their use. Gouging the gov't and the company is not one of those uses. You do not deserve to be paid $40/hour for a job that financially and realistically can only support $20/hour. If you want a job that pays $40/hour, make yourself worth $40/hour at a job that can support $40/hour.
I, as a taxpayer, cannot afford to pay your wage and support my own family at the same time.
I bought my first new GM car in 1968 and my last GM car in 2008. In between I bought 9 new GM cars. The only car I would look at during that time was GM except a BMW for the wife. I will never purchase another GM car. In 2012 I bought a Ford truck.
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