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Chill Pill: Jennifer Granholm Has a Howard Dean Moment at DNC

LawEconUSMC Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 11:16 AM
No private sector party would bail out General Motors because it caan't be saved. They will be back in Bankruptcy in the next five years becaausse their green energy policy will fail and they did not use the bankruptcy system to shed unsustainaable pension and heaalth care benefits. They have not paid back the bailout money and the united States transferred ownership of the common stack to the employees unions. Our billions stalled the inevitable, but that is fine policy of the private sector unions.

Jennifer Granholm was Michigan governor from 2003-2011. During that time, the state experienced major economic decline, an unemployment level higher than the national average, and population loss. She was replaced by Gov. Rick Snyder, a Republican elected in 2010. Michigan has since begun to see its greatest level of economic development in a decade. No one misses her.

Of course, failed economic policies weren't any kind of dealbreaker for a speaking slot at the DNC; in fact, one might say they were a requirement. And all's the better that her delivery is in the style of Howard...