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December 10, 2008

Senator Dodd Plays the Pot to GM's Kettle

My latest, up at PJM today, where I take my favorite senator to task:

This recent MSNBC article caught my eye: Key Lawmaker Calls for Head of GM to Step Down.

The key lawmaker is Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT), who imparted this nugget of wisdom on a popular morning news program:

It is not my job to hire and fire, but what Im trying to suggest is that you need to have new teams in place, Dodd told ABCs Good Morning America show on Monday.

If you are going to restructure a company you cant be asking the people frankly, many who were involved in creating the problems were in, to be involved in restructuring.

Pot, meet kettle. Or, as I usually refer to him, Connecticuts other senator. (Full disclosure: he is my senator.) Despite his seniority in Washington, few people outside of Connecticut had heard of Dodd until recently. In fact, so few people had heard of Dodd that his run for the Democratic presidential nomination garnered him a whopping 0% of the vote in Iowa, making him one of the first casualties of the 2008 primary season. His was less of a dark horse candidacy than a dime-a-dozen candidacy.

Read it all here.

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