• TimothyC avatar TimothyC Posted: 8/12/2012 7:32pm PDT

    An interesting follow up would be for NPR to ask both candidates what their response will be to GM's next bail out request. Far more informative about both men and GM then this article's wiener mobile schtick...

  • Gubbins avatar Gubbins Posted: 8/29/2012 10:25am PDT

    Next bailout request is right, because you just KNOW it's coming. The question then is, how many times do you bail something out?

  • TimothyC avatar TimothyC Posted: 8/29/2012 12:13pm PDT

    Good question. Wouldn't it be more interesting though, if the American media asked it from both candidates? Would Marty Padgett ask? Does a news media subsidized by the Federal Government ask tough questions of a candidate it supports? Well, maybe a follow up article to the wiener thing could be amusing...

  • marty avatar Marty Posted: 8/29/2012 2:11pm PDT

    I certainly would. I've tried via Twitter to ask more on the bailouts--no administration official, ex or current, will comment on how the bankruptcy deals were structured or if breakups were ever contemplated. And they don't have to--the beauty of steamrolling through a conventional, legal, ethical process. I've also tried in the past to ask Gore about the iffier parts of his Earth in the Balance. Unless you're part of the WHPC, you're almost invisible--unless you're Entertainment Tonight, I suppose.

  • johnny mars avatar johnny mars Posted: 8/12/2012 10:01am PDT

    At least he didn't sit on his ass and collect welfare.

  • ziggyff avatar ziggyff Posted: 8/12/2012 7:43am PDT

    Trying to link Paul Ryan to helping the auto industry with TARP is moronic, he's on record stating he only followed party lines by voting as a robot and regrets that decision so much it made him sick (that from a magazine interview last year recently brought up on a Sunday news/talk show)

  • fb_1421239286 avatar fb_1421239286 Posted: 8/12/2012 7:12am PDT

    Interesting, but SO?