I started to waver on my position regarding the auto-maker bailouts after some convincing arguments from Brett, but watching the latest events with the situation has only reaffirmed my stance. I don't think this is going to end well and I think we are making the wrong decision in continuing to support GM and Chrysler. I don't think our country should be giving these failing companies money, backing everyone's car warranties, or be screwing around in that industry at all. I think that if GM and Chrysler want to survive they need to declare Chapter 11 and reorganize as new companies that can compete in today's marketplace selling quality products. American cars cost more and are crappier quality. Honda's and Toyota's cars get better gas mileage, have cooler features, and last forever. GM, Chrysler, and Ford got too comfortable over the last 20 years with their way of doing things and they have not kept up with market trends and their labor costs have become unaffordable. But I don't think that our government should be wasting our tax dollars trying to fix it. Yet another example of people not letting the Capitalistic cycle work itself out. Believe me that if there is a demand in this country for cars then people and companies will make them. The government does not need to interfere. If a company doesn't sell good products, then they either reinvent themselves or go out of business, that is how it is suppose to work...so let it.