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Dirty bomb suspect Jose Padilla, citing the fact that being held for three years without access to his board of directors or stockholders has damaged his ability to manage his company effectively, has announced his decision to step down as president and chief operating officer of the Ford Motor Company. Ford, plagued by sagging sales and falling stock prices since Mr. Padilla’s arrest in Chicago for allegedly attempting to blow that city up with a crude nuclear device has been struggling to re-form itself as a more patriotic and American car company. Bill Ford, Henry Ford’s great grandson and both chairman and CEO of that company said, “Our recent association with Islamic extremists such as J. Padilla have certainly hurt our image as America’s car company and no amount of retro-Mustangs are going to change that. It’s time for a new America and a new Ford company, and to achieve that goal, as soon as he’s kicked out of office we plan to put Dick Cheney on our board of directors