There are several fundamental issues with what you're saying though. While the free market may indeed bounce back and fill in the gap that GM and Chrysler may have formed after they went "tits-up", it wouldn't have been an immediate thing. It takes time for the other companies to ramp up production, if increased production would have even been called for. In the meantime, millions of people would be unemployed. (I say "millions" because it wouldn't have been just GM and Chrysler that would have been impacted, other companies in their supply chain would have their businesses disrupted or bankrupted.)
So, you're a free market proponent, but advocate getting a government handout for free education? How does that work? If everyone had a college degree, we'd still need people to flip burgers or clean the floors. Not everyone could be a CEO of a company. You should also love the Affordable Care Act as it practically gave billions of new dollars to the health care industry. Everyone has
to sign up for health coverage through private insurance agencies? That's no different than requiring people to have car insurance when they want to drive a car.
When has the US government tried to restrict your internet content exactly?
The government shutdown cost us billions of dollars. So you're advocating waste?
As for Donald Trump for president, that idea is incredibly laughable. The man was born into money, has declared bankruptcy many times over and is thought to be inflating his own self-worth. He didn't "do" his own work to get where he is. Having a pretty piss poor understanding of economics, foreign policy, internal policy, other than "I've made 'billions'. My opponent is from Kenya." is very embarrassing. Understanding economics is only a small portion of the presidency, or any legislature at that. (Not to mention that Donald Trump and other corporate giants are willing to be and have been unethical in the pursuit of gaining more assets.)