Yes, there's an element of sincere "too bad" for the unskilled who must suffer at the demise of the Big 3.
However, while those in Detroit plead for money, who really thinks of from where this money comes?
Is it right that carpenters or street sweepers or basic freaking clerks in places as fare away from Detroit as Honolulu to Key West should have to forfeit their property to "bail out" the people of metro Detroit?
Should I have to lose because my next-door neighbor lost his job and is in foreclosure? If not, then the proposed "loans" to the Big 3 are wrong. If so, then you have no concept whatsoever of individual or property rights and should, according to T.S. Eliot, pay you respects to either Hitler or Stalin.
Yes, if the Big 3 fail, then many people will be without jobs. However, this is how economies improve. Imagine if the telegraph industry was propped up by the government. Would you utilize it, or would you say, "Why in the Hell are you even in business?"
When the fields dried up, the Okies moved away. Should they have stayed and grown scant crops on ruined soil?
You know the answer, Sentiment alone is what keeps you from admitting the solution.