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GM execs making millions. The taxpayers who saved their company? Losing money.
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  • Eve Fisher

    Yes, but they’re wearing suits.

  • Danny Getchell

    Hey, nobody asked me if I wanted to chip in my tax money to bail out a failed company.

  • Will

    “Our goal was never to make a profit but to stabilize the auto industry,” said one Treasury official on background the day it sold its final GM shares.

    Too bad college students and underwater mortgage holders aren’t too big to fail.