Issa on Toyota: ‘Good Companies Fix Their Mistakes, Great Ones Learn From Them’

By Kevin Chupka

Feb 24, 2010 10:53am

That’s what he told me on ‘GMA’ this morning.  He said that Toyota’s establishment of a failsafe in its vehicles is something that should have been done years ago when problems with its fleet were first reported.

 

As for his colleague Rep. Henry Waxman’s comments regarding new legislation to deal with the electronics issues, he doesn’t see it the same way “Our job is to see when something's not safe, task them to get it right, and see that they get it right, not to engineer for them or be anything more than the watchdog that we haven't been for a great many years."

 

And he expressed some sympathy with Haley Barbour’s take that there’s been a “rush to judgment” on Toyota.

 

See the entire interview here: 

 

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