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Who will recall defective bureaucrats who missed ignition problem on GM cars?

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When a private company screws up, it takes responsibility. But when a government agency screws up, it deserves a raise. That's the lesson from this week's Congressional hearings investigating the recall of General Motors' vehicles whose faulty ignition is linked to 13 deaths and 31 crashes. Both GM CEO Mary Barra and National Highway Transportation Safety Agency chief David Friedman testified...

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