GOVEROTRAGEOUS: The White House hustled the Chrysler bankruptcy judge?

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Category: Chrysler bankruptcy
Posted by Manny Lopez (The Detroit News) on Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 6:19 AM
Carefully orchestrated indeed

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The bankruptcy judge hearing the Chrysler case said Friday he wasn’t going to rule on the asset sale until today or Tuesday, but a call from the White House must have prompted him to move faster because he ruled in the wee hours of this morning.

See, the administration wanted to hold up Chrysler as an example of a “quick and speedy” bankruptcy, but Judge Arthur Gonzalez – deciding he needed more time to rule – put a crimp in those plans and left the White House looking at a GM filing today and Chrysler still in. Oops.

Remarkably, Gonzalez got all his work done just in time and filed his opinion after midnight to save the show.

I’m sure we’ll hear today when questioned that the White House had nothing to do with that timing, just as we’ve heard that it is not making management decisions at GM or Chrysler.

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Please you expect “justice” from a government court when the President is involved?
Don’t make me laugh!
Sheeple!
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