We hope to hell that GM is pressuring the U.S. government for universal health care because it's the only way to make these kinds of talks go smoother. In fact, we believe that if the U.S. had universal health care that the country would be even more productive and more innovative because by not having to work at a job that isn't truly a labor of love means one can focus on something that matters to them. And if you don't think cars matter to millions of people, well, boy howdy you got something wrong.
Anyway, GM, shoot some money over to congress and say "Get us universal health care, meng!"
For the record, we don't mean Ms. Clinton's health care plan. We haven't read up on it, so for all we know it's universal health care for cats. Heck, it's obvious that in 150 years people will look back on this time and say, "You didn't take care of each other back then?" In other words, they'll look back the way we currently look back on doctors who didn't wash their hands as they went from patient to patient. Gosh, that was way off topic.