Reports Rasmussen: "Forget the national debate over more government loans for General Motors and Chrysler. Most U.S. voters (57%) say one of them is at least somewhat likely to go out of business over the next few years anyway." According to the same poll, 44 percent of voters say its better for the economy to let companies like GM fail than to subsidize them. Do you think GM and Chrysler are likely to go out of business anytime soon? Do you think that, for the sake of the greater economy, government subsidies for automakers are justified? Post your thoughts.
Previously: Is the United States 'A Nation of Cowards'?