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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    Damn straight (none / 0) (#12)
    by Corinthian Scales on Wed Aug 31, 2011 at 10:24:15 AM EST
    You want straight up competition with the Chaebol and Keiretsu, well then don't b!tch about Obamacare, nationalization of GM and UAW majority ownership of Fiat S.p.A.'s Chrysler.  That is what it takes to for American industry to compete with government subsidized foreign makers.  Fiat S.p.A.?  Hell, even the elected class in DC finally made Chrysler an official foreigner after the Bob Eaton sellout 'merger' to the krauts that raided Chrysler's $11B dollar cash pile for their floundering Daimler.

    And wanna talk about some sh!t products?  Let's talk about everyone's beloved yardstick.  This should've been the death knell to any competition's beginnings much like it was when some fat broad went flying off of the Mighty Mac in her Soviet Bloc POS.  But no, the cult of cheap asshattery in this nation marched on sending money overseas to strengthen the Keiretsu monopoly backed by their banks that repeatedly bailed their sorry asses out to crush American competition through lobbying power in DC and propaganda in the media.

    Ya, the domestics did put some crap on wheels, but so do the foreign makers that the yippie crowd holds so dear to their heart merely for the fact that it isn't American.

    Hell, it wasn't even all that long ago that whores on both sides of the political fence in Michigan we're lapping at the knees of the Keiretsu monopoly for a piddly buck while screwing over American business.

    Granholm and state lawmakers conveyed the site to Toyota in September. An Oakland County developer, DPG-York LLC, sued, saying it outbid Toyota for the land. DPG-York had offered $25 million.

    The Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the state's action in February, saying the state had a right to consider other factors besides the price offered, including whether use of the property would attract skilled jobs.

    DPG-York attorney Stephen McKenney questioned yesterday's announcement, saying the legal case isn't over because DPG-York has appealed to the Michigan Supreme Court.

    "The governor's announcement is far more political than it is legal," attorney Stephen McKenney said.

    But Granholm said she is confident because the Court of Appeals has upheld the deal. Toyota Technical Center general manager Bruce Brownlee said Toyota also believes the agreement will be upheld.

    The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a Midland-based think tank that supports free market policies, criticized the Toyota tax credit and others like it in a report yesterday.

    With friends like those it's a gottdamn testament to the domestic maker Ford that the last one of the Big Three is still around as American corporation.

    Ya, goonions and our gummint.  Also included is the scrap seeking American public funding the domestics demise.


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