General Motors doesn't have any money to play around with these days, but new CEO Fritz Henderson is willing to let at least one vehicle program's fiduciary requirements slide. Even though Henderson said recently that all GM models will need to "pay the rent," the money-losing Chevrolet Volt program will not be held to that standard. Apparently, the Volt is kind of like that really cool, constantly broke college roommate that never got kicked out because he had the best music.How is it that Chevy can research, market and sell a car that they know won't make any money?
Oh, yeah! They're using government money. That is to say, my money and yours.
The quicker GM goes bankrupt and gets sold off, the better for the American taxpayer.