Where to start. So much is happening. Yesterday Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was pressured by President Obama to commit national suicide by giving Hamas the Wes Bank, the UN announced former President Clinton would be named UN ambassador to Haiti, and today General Motors announced that as part of its bankruptcy plan it would sell the profitable parts of the company to the Federal Government. The taxpayers of the United States will now be expected to kick in to keep the UAW on the job.


General Motors got big by acquiring other automobile companies, companies founded by guys like David Buick, Walter Olds, Louis Chevrolet and Chief Pontiac of the Ottawa nation. General Motors once built cars, lots of cars, but today General Motors is not an automobile company at all, but the largest private distributor of health care in the world. General Motors has 90,000 employees and 800,000 retirees, whose pensions and health care costs are paid by GM. Every penny of the taxpayer bailout money paid to General Motors by the Obama administration has gone not to GM, but to the UAW. The Obama administration will very soon own General Motors. The UAW already owns the Obama administration.



Now that GM means Government Made

We all feel so much better

To know best plans are being made

To add another letter

You see the guv’mint can’t exist

With acronyms a twosey

Three letters please, they do insist

And they’re not even choosy


It really doesn’t matter

What counts is that it counts to three

That’s how they climb the ladder

You think a man with pride would take

A job with just two letters?

A laughingstock would him do make

With his G-15 betters

We need good men for jobs as large

As building cars like lemons

‘Less Barney Frank put him in charge

And then he’s building wemons

So GMC it is, your dough

Has bought it, it’s a wrap

And GMC now stands, you know

For just more Government Made Crap


With apologies to Thomas W. Crapper, inventor, who dreamed of immortality in the sanitary business, but the gods of immortality are sometimes cruelly playful.



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