” To JL, What a funny guy ” …… (a note from GM’s Senior Engineering Department)
Why thanks for the interest Mr. Kris Kordella!
(see notes from GM’s Kris Kordella in blue below)…
I didn’t think GM would be sending over the SENIOR ENGINEERING staff to harrass and libel me just yet.
As far as Obama appointing Mr. Whitacre as new chairman and head of the the NEW GM, the actual media at one time reported on the donations to Obama’s campaign by the EX-AT&T CEO Edward Whitacre.
Mr. Kordella, since you have wholly failed General Motors in product design and as the world is witness, you have very little to stand on as far as attacking me. Since you are a real designer of real automobiles, and by suggestion, these real automobiles are viable under your new god-like leader’s vision… where are they now? … Except maybe on the chopping block awaiting their dismissal as a viable automobile?
At least Mr. Wagoner recognized the need for your department to design better vehicles and has stated so in a variety of reports and interviews. You, of all people, should realize that limiting factors of re-tooling and the UAW constraints have bound your design concepts… If indeed, you have had any new designs in the recent years.
Or was that Saturn
Regardless of how you feel about me and my honest comments on AUTOMOTIVE NEWS about Edward Whitaker’s payback appointment from President Obama, I wish you success.
When Government Motors fails just like General Motors has already failed, perhaps we can put you to work at Mealer Companies, but we will need to adjust your Senior Engineering status just a bit.
A SPECIAL NOTE FROM GM’s HEAD DESIGN GUY,
“TO JL, What a funny guy”
Re: Your senseless blog to the Automotive News article on Whitacre. Mealer Automobiles? America’s next major automobile company?? HAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You’re a legend in your own head. And notice I didn’t say mind because it’s obvious you don’t have one. Anyway I wish you ALL the worst the the world can give to such a self serving pathetic MORON.
Good riddance clown. Sincerely, Kris K ( a real engineer of real automobiles)”