But what if in the process of fixing you get destroyed? The financial crisis is a no-win game. No modern economy can function without a banking financial sector. But at the same time not fixing the problems has produced a ticking time bomb. We are now more consolidated then before. IMO, the next financial crisis will be worse for that reason. We may have avoided total collapse now, but we've setup the next one.The longer we draw out inefficiencies in the market, the worse they'll hurt when it finally falls to pieces. For a reference, I point you to the recent financial crisis. You fix things before they get totally destroyed.
What makes you think they'd want a part of GM or Chrysler?I think everyone would get a piece. It doesn't really matter.