The CEOs of the Big Three automakers were back before Congress yesterday. They were arguing for a bigger bailout while at the same time they were trying to stifle the bad impression they made two weeks ago when they flew into town on private jets, reeking of arrogance, big money, and a 'Who-the-hell-cares-about-global-warming' attitude.'
What did the Top 10 things GM's Rick Wagoner, Ford's Alan Mulally
and Chrysler's Robert Nardelli do to demonstrate they were in step with the Common Man:
1) Rode into town on hybrid vehicles driven by their illegal-immigrant houseboys.
2) Wore wrinkled, off-the-rack suits from Wal-Mart over silk undies.
3) Had Kobe-cow manure on the soles of their shoes.
4) Picked their teeth with a sprig of disinfected hay.
5) Said, "Yea-y-p" when answering in the affirmative.
6) Wore brown shoes from Pay-Less with their black suits from Wal-Mart. The white silk socks were an added touch.
7) Wore diamond-and-gold encrusted Obama campaign buttons on their lapels.
8) Noshed on Rachel Ray beef jerkey during the recess.
9) Hummed Carrie Underwood tunes while sitting on the toilet in the Congressional bathroom.
10) Proudly showed off their blistered hands that they got from milking every Guernsey between Detroit and The Beltway.