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Too Bad He Didn’t Listen

by @ 4:04 pm on December 21, 2008. Filed under Auto Industry, Business, Economics, Politics

Last week, Grover Norquist sent a letter to President Bush about the auto bailout:

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2 Responses to “Too Bad He Didn’t Listen”

  1. The bailout of Wallstreet and the auto industry is wrong for many reasons but most importantly because the federal government is far more powerful than it was ever intended. As a condition for bailing out the auto industry the fed can now be a stockholder? Sounds like socialism.

    http://www.theartdeptchronicles.blogspot.com

  2. James Young says:

    I’ve rarely known Grover to be so succinct.

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