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The Auto Bailout Failure Is Now Complete

Eleanor32 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 11:42 AM
The question is, why so many people do not see how awful "government" is in "investing" our money? If you had money to invest, and had a broker that was losing money for you at the rate government does, it wouldn't take very long before you would fire your broker. But, like lemmings, we keep electing the same terrible "brokers" over and over again. I know, I know!! Many of the voters have no money invested in the "game", but I know a number of people who voted for Obama over the business man who DO have money. One friend, who inherited a chunk of money and has no income other than SS and investments, is a rabid Obama fan. Go figure.
AZhot Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 5:12 PM
Wait until Comrade Snowbama takes his cut for all these wonderful government programs. All these liberal cockroaches will be screaming bloody murder. It will be music to my ears as I will be in the underground economy surviving with all the other John Gaults. Suck the big one you lib ask holes!
chipsmydog Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 12:16 PM
The faithless in God still want to believe there is security in the government.
Even if the return on investment is negative and we can kick the bill down to the next generation.
Sir Arthur Keith, a peer of Charles Darwin, said, even though Evolution is unproven and unprovable, we will agree with it because the alternative is to believe in God Almighty and the Bible.

You may recall that during the presidential election, the Treasury Department refused requests by General Motors to unload the government's stake in the giant automaker.

Taxpayers had sunk $50 billion into a union bailout in 2009 and were now proud owners of 26.5 percent of the struggling company. Reportedly, GM had growing concerns that the stigma of "Government Motors" was hurting sales in the United States. At the time, any transaction would have come at a steep loss to taxpayers and undermined the president's questionable campaign assertions that the auto union rescue had been a huge success.