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Bloomberg's Great Moment in History's Failures

Ransom is certainly selective in his quotes. Did the Govt have a say in the disposition of Chrysler? I hope so, it was our money (given by G. Bush) being used to keep them from going under. That said, the choice (Hobson's?) was up to Chrysler management, not the Govt. But to the larger point, Ransom's entire piece as about the truthfulness of the claim of shipping jobs overseas. Here is what Romney said "I saw a story today that one of the great manufacturers in this state Jeep — now owned by the Italians — is thinking of moving all production to China," The piece Ransom cites shows that this was a lie. I noticed he didn't dispute that.
SageAdvice68 Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:41 AM
Damn noisyidiot, you must really enjoy getting your panties rip down to your ankles while getting broke over like a breech loading bird gun and stuffed by your "White Massas" down at the DNC.....

What John's quote, which was made by the WOP COO at Chrysler-Fiat in fact does, is prove that Mitt Romney had full justification for having made his claims.....

Not to mention, the whole foundation for Mitt believing it initially has also been substantiated by his witnessing of the devastating destruction your suckbuddy Obutthole has visited upon this great nation for the past four years. Obviously something you libturds always gloss over while only us real Americans comprehend.

SageAdvice68 Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:27 AM
And, like I said above.....Don't go to shooting an unsupported stinky out your butt and try to tell me it smells like roses.

Anderson659 wrote: Obama is not an idiot, far from it, he has a vision for America that is defined by radical left progressive social marxism, trickle down economics from the government. The Democrat party us now a party of secular humanist radicals. -Idiots Offer Hope, Change, Blame, Revenge- and Self Government

Dear Brother Anderson,

The Democrat Party has been a bunch of secular humanists for quite some time. This isn’t Harry Truman’s Democrat Party, although I’ll admit that Truman’s economic policies were really bad.

I disagree with your evaluation of Obama however.

First of all, he’s dedicated his whole...