June 6, 2007, - 2:18 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
America’s auto industry is dying. And in Michigan and other parts of the country, many auto workers and execs are losing their jobs. And it is one of America’s important industries in which we continue to lose our edge and market leadership.
So when the CEOs of the Big Three ask to meet with House Speaker Nancy Facelift Pelosi, she . . . has a “scheduling conflict” and won’t meet with them.
Democrats were rightfully down on President Bush for refusing until late 2004 to meet with the Big Three CEOs (the heads of Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors). But, now, when the shoe is on the other foot . . . not a peep from them.
Maybe Ms. Pelosi is too occupied with more important things . . . like “potty parity” in the Capitol (her previously announced agenda item).
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