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OT And it continues

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by timberfaller, Sep 26, 2009.

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  1. timberfaller

    timberfaller Well-Known Member

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    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/09/26/gore-backed-automaker-secures-m-taxpayer-loan/

    Hey where is all the Union yells? Fowl play!!!
     
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    Might have something to do with why FORD did not ask for BAILOUT MONEY.....
     
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    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    More family values brought to you by the leader of the moonbat lib socialist party (disguised as democrats since 1945). Just thinks all of the scams he would have pulled if the moron had made it to the White House.
     
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    And Gettlefinger says "The more successful Ford is, the harder they are to deal with". WTF! He doesn't want Ford to be successful??? Doesn't success mean security for more UAW workers?

    No, he wants Ford to fail so they go under the management of the Federal Gov't. Then he and the Obama administration can control ALL the car companies.

    This is America. Since when do you want a U.S. Automobile Company to fail??
     
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    <em>"The government loans come from a $25 billion program established by Congress in 2007 to help automakers invest in the technology to meet a new congressional mandate to improve fuel efficiency. The Energy Department awarded the first $8 billion from the program to Ford Motor Co., Nissan Motor Co., and Tesla, which are all developing electric cars."</em>
     
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    As we continue to limit our ability to produce electricy!!

    Shut down coal fired plants, remove generating Dam's from the grid, Cap and Trade, shell I go on?

    Again Government CAN NOT DO anything right. Get them out of the free market enterprize system!

    Liberal thinking and actions are this generations Benedict Arnold, treat them the same way!
     
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