“I don’t welcome that at all, but I could see how it’s possible it may happen [sic],” Dodd said on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt” to be broadcast later today. “I’m concerned that we may end up having to do that, at least for a short time.”
“I’m sort of stunned in a way that some people are reacting the way they are about all of this,” Dodd said. “At a time like this, everyone needs to pull in the same direction.”
Dodd also said he doesn’t want U.S. automakers to go through a prepackaged bankruptcy or a “forced merger.” General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. or Chrysler LLC risk liquidation with such actions, Dodd said on the broadcast.
The only good thing out of all this is that reality is not defined (not yet) by Dodd's ludicrous perspective on life, the universe and everything else. But better not risk it - so don't you go pissing off Chris, or he will i) make sure your bonus is $1 dollar in perpetuity, and ii) make it illegal to sell any securities. Ever. Sphere: Related Content Print this post