In the wake of latest financial crises when companies are falling short of liquidity everyone is talking about help and bailout.
The executives of top automakers -- Alan Mulally of Ford, Robert Nardelli of Chrysler and Richard Wagoner of GM -- were seeking support for a $25 billion loan package. Later Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid reversed plans to hold a test vote on the measure.
Reid decided to cancel the test vote. However, to make a procedural move that could allow a vote on a compromise, he asked these three CEOs simple questions
"raise their hand if they flew here commercial. Let the record show, no hands went up," Sherman said. "Second, I'm going to ask you to raise your hand if you are planning to sell your jet in place now and fly back commercial. Let the record show, no hands went up."
In a nutshell, we are no different than the rest of the world. Our leaders also enjoy lavish lifestyles and always ask for help, loans, etc etc