The Obama administration asked Rick Wagoner, the chairman and CEO of General Motors, to step down and he agreed, a White House official said.
As Obama continues to wriggle his way into the operations of American private enterprise, he is increasingly setting himself up for responsibility for the outcome.
Americans will rue the day they elected this man as President.
UPDATE: Mickey Kaus calls Wagoner Obama’s Ngo Dinh Diem. For the uninformed, Diem was the corrupt President of South Vietnam, who was assassinated in 1963, alledgedly with tacit CIA help. Diem’s removal marked a turning point in the war, with the U. S. increasingly responsible for the conduct — and eventual outcome — of the war.