Paul Ibrahim makes a good point about yesterday’s post about Chrysler dealerships possibly being closed because of the political inclinations of their owners:
Regardless of whether these specific allegations are true, one would be foolish to believe that government makes decisions based on business judgment as opposed to political considerations.
Good point. When are decisions by the government ever not motivated by politics? This is why the government has no business picking and choosing winners and losers in the market. Because those decisions are usually made on what’s best for a given politician and/or his supporters and not businesses specifically or the market in general.