New CAFE Law is Small, But Needed Kick in US Auto Industry Backside
THANK the gods for the Hollywood writers' strike. At least now, Jay Leno, David Letterman, and the rest of the late-night Will Rogers wannabes will have to rely on their own joke-writing ability as they consider Congress' latest gaffe (or should that be guffaw?).
Members of the Michigan congressional delegation have their tailpipes in a knot because when the recently passed energy bill was sent to President Bush for his signature, it was delivered by a clerk in a Toyota Prius hybrid.
"A slap in the face of every American auto worker," sputtered Rep. Mike Rogers. "Calculated, I believe, just to demonstrate their complete disregard for the domestic auto industry," fumed Rep. Candice Miller.
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