Forget GM, forget Chrysler…think American…think about retooling the entire Motown Industrial Grid with the ability to keep us all on the road whether we have money for gas or not. Let these new interurban systems run on solar and thermal wind whatever but not toxic fumes at ALL. This humongous transportation system would require builders, designers, maintenance men , drivers, auto workers by the thousands. And it could relive us of the toxins gas chugging poisonous cars. If you must close down the factory’s (right after another taxpayer bailout) stop producing what you can’t sell. And see the light…Cheap clean urban transportation. The old Trolley lines. Bring them back. That would answer our Economy’s problem with employment and our Enviorment’s problem with clean energy ( wind , thermal or solar) do it now. Look at this as a AMAZING opportunity to do the right thing. Go Green, and feed people good safe life long jobs, in the new transportation industry.
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