Chrysler is in trouble because of lack of foresight and planning, period. The workers, both white and blue collar, are in trouble because they were overpaid and those micromanaged jobs are going away. They've been overpaid for years and had to figure sooner or later the well was going to run dry. The Detroit 3 doesn't need to ship work outside of the US to cut wages by 33 percent; they just need to get out of the clutches of the UAW.<quoted text>
Management without a clue, a rudderless ship pumping out lame product consisting of inferior components
Again, please don't insult the members of the military by even remotely comparing them to auto industry employees, especially in this day and age. With the risks they could possibly have to take they deserve everything they get. I don't want a 55 year old out dodging bullets in Iraq but a 55 year old putting molding on a car doesn't seem to bother me, funny how that is.