Our three intrepid CEO's, universally mocked for flying to Washington in corporate jets, and told to return when they could show some humility and perspective, formed a carpool for the next trip.
Sent home empty-handed, they once again set out for Washington, this time to prove that an American car could be simpler and more fuel-efficient. Once again, Congress didn't buy it.
Undeterred, and determined to save their failing industry, they returned to Washington, this time by the Northern route.
"I don't know if these trips to Washington are getting us any closer to a bailout, but I noticed I have a lot more energy these days."
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They kept trying, each time taking a different mode of transportation, in hopes of winning the hearts and sympathy of the American people.
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And even though they tried on each trip to show they'd learned their lesson, each time they were refused...
...again and again, over and over, until...
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"F%#k it; bankruptcy couldn't possibly be more painful than this. Where do I sign?"