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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Chrysler goes from bankruptcy to Super Bowl

NEW YORK ( -- Chrysler will be the only U.S. automaker to advertise in this year's Super Bowl, forking over millions of dollars to restore its image following its bankruptcy and the federal bailout that followed.

Chrysler will advertise its Dodge Charger in a 60-second commercial that will showcase "the passion of Dodge." A 60-second spot is the longest and the most expensive ad available during the Super Bowl.

The automaker was rescued by a $7 billion bailout from the U.S. government [or - more accurately, since the U.S. government has no resources of its own - the U.S. taxpayer].

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Comment: This company shouldn't be advertising on the Travel Channel, much less the Super Bowl (with taxpayer dollars, nonetheless). The entire corporation shouldn't even be in existence. If Chrysler was liquidated as it should have been in 2009, another profitable automaker would have bought up the companies worthwhile assets and employed many of the autoworkers formerly employed by Chrysler.

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