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  • opele1 opele1 Mar 25, 2014 4:57 PM Flag

    the hiring of the new "female" ceo is just another depsrate attempt by gm to soften the coming blows...

    I bet she cries next week during testimony and the stock jumps

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    • "I bet she cries next week during testimony and the stock jumps"

      She is smarter and mentally tougher than all of those congressional bozo's put together. She will do fine. One thing you have to understand about congressional hearings, the truth of the matter will never come out in the public session. All people that testify are required to file written testimony in advance. That's where the truth is.

      The other thing is that there are severe penalties for the people being questioned for not telling the truth, no such hindrances are placed on the questioners. Their primary purpose is not to get the truth out, but to get a sound bite of themselves on the evening news. This should have been obvious to all during the bankruptcy hearings.

      The one thing for sure is that this will be the least productive two days in Mary Barra's entire career. I'm sure she would rather be back in Detroit actually doing something useful on the problem.

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      • Mary will be caught in waves of lies and deceit when all those e-mails of her, from last year and back, prove that she knew a lot more about this all along.

        Trying to COVER UP when Ford, the shareholder and not taxpayer owned company, is kicking butt and taking names is hardly CEO material.

        Too bad this didn't come out the day she was sitting next to Michelle!

        What a fraud, Mary Mary Quite Contrary!

        p.s. Her backside will smell of burnt rubber after two days sweating in DC!

    • 100% correct

 
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