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Tag: Foreign Business
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
But, it makes the Canadians, Gary Peters, and the Governerd, are all giddy, so what the 'fiscal cliff' Hell? Screw Grover's initiated Tax Pledge to the constituents - Goonion labor Amtrak choo-choo money pits for e v e r y o n e!
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Ya, that's a headline you won't be reading in the news, nor ever overhear the GoverNerd discussing in Lansing. But, it accurately is fact that Magna, founded by a narcissistic liberal Canadian billionaire (Think their version of a poor man's Donald Trump who ran for Prime Minister with similar disastrous results) had their Washington lobbyist for things such as expanding union labor Card Check legislation, Corporate Tax Credits and Loopholes lining Magna Canuck pockets with U.S. taxpayer money through Chevy Volt like subsidies, just declare economic war on an American city.
Frank W. Ervin III, manager of government affairs for Magna International Inc., made the comment in an email Tuesday to the president of the Troy Chamber of Commerce, Michele Hodges. In the private message to Hodges, Ervin called the city's leaders "narrow-minded when it comes to the future of Troy and the future of Southeastern Michigan" for rejecting $8.4 million in federal aid.
Can you get over the set on this guy? Make no mistake about it, Frank Ervin is the Van Jones of the Magna Internationals' wealth redistribution GreenTard movement. It becomes difficult to ignore that Canadian Magna, which surprise surprise, also owns BluWav, really hasn't left any U.S. taxpayer subsidy unturned. TEA folk around the state might want to sharpen up and take note of their surroundings. They've been way too soft on letting such things happening right under their noses go undetected, and let go on without objection.
Oh, and the GoverNerd?
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