While the American automakers, who could not listen to the people for three decades, beg the people via its congress for money to stay afloat, the competitors from across the Pacific are asking the courts to provide them with parking places on our shores for the inventory they send here and have no room to park, what with the slumping sales.
Asking the courts?
Hossinota Motor Company: Please honorable sir, allot us places to park our inventory.
Judge Vanilla: Turn the ships around at once. Do not dock. Do not unload. Return vehicular stuff to point of origin. Let esteemed worker in native land eat them.
Would Congress like to send the Detroit three to Judge Vanilla's court?