It was a Super Bowl ad that told a super-truth about the revival of the
American auto industry because of the successful policies of
President Obama. No doubt Ron Paul can dig up some Austrian economists
to disagree, Mitt Romney can say he would have preferred his approach of
massive layoffs and a wave of bankruptcy filings throughout the auto
sectors, and Newt Gingrich can claim it was about black people on food
In my last column, “A tale of two Romneys,” I suggested that George Romney, a great governor and auto-industry CEO, would have supported President Obama's successful policy and deplored the vulture-capitalist alternative offered by his son, Mitt.
Now the "Hope America Fails" Republicans are unhappy with Chrysler and Clint Eastwood for telling the truth about the good news for America. Isn't it funny how certain Republicans and their voices in the media are to facts what Pravda was to covering the Soviet Communist Party? They pretend facts and opinions they do not like do not exist. Well, the American auto industry is back. If Republicans do not like this, tough luck for them.
The "Blame Americans First" Republicans cannot handle the truth, either. Remember how they blame workers? Unions? And poor people? The "Blame Americans First" Republicans claim that jobless Americans want to be jobless, and poor Americans want to be poor. Pravda during the Brezhnev years would be proud of this nonsense!
The American auto industry is back. The American autoworkers are back. The American jobs market is coming back.
Let the "Hope America Fails" Republicans quote the atheist Ayn Rand, Austrian economists or creative-destruction theorists so popular in Mitt Romney's circles.
My answer to them is: There is good news for America. As Clint Eastwood would say: Make my day!