What's good for General Motors is good for the country.
Today, however, some 46% of auto analysts believe the number 1 U.S. employer of the last century cannot continue to thrive. Some don't think it can even survive.
So what is GM's grand plan to return to glory? (Hint: It's not good for the country.)
1. Reduce or eliminate what created the middle class and American prosperity: good benefits for its workers.
2. Destroy the world sooner than ever by focusing more on SUVs and other gas guzzler- high polluting cars.
* The actual quote, made by a GM executive in the 1950s, was "what's good for the country is good for GM," but it got turned around and commonly accepted (and approved).