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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Auto Bailout

Ford is proposing as condition for government bail out, its top executive would get a salary of $1 for next year, and would sell off most of its branches and dealerships,
http://usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/cars-trucks/daily-news/081202-Auto-Bailout-Big-Three-Make-Second-Pitch-to-Congress

Instead, how about Congress subsidize half the workers salaries up to 15,000 a year of whenever the auto companies sell off. And after 90% is sold off, the automakers employee’s salaries would also be guaranteed for the rest of the year.

The problem, with today’s bankruptcy laws, is that the assets stay frozen for months until the bankruptcy court decides what to do about them.

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Obama infancy not spent in manger nor adrift on the Nile in a basket of pitch coated bulrushes

Obama told America that “contrary to the rumors you’ve heard, I was not born in a manger. I was actually born on Krypton, sent here by my father Jor-El, to save the planet …” The later was, of course, a reference which was totally lost to people not familiar with The Man of Steel. Joke or not, President-elect Obama knows now better than he did before the election when he read those scripted lines that he is bound to disappoint or anger many reformers and progressives expecting him to be Jesus, Moses and Superman all rolled into one.

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Bush DID NOT Lie!

Bush Lied? BUSH LIED!?!?!?

Nah, not King George, Maybe deadeye Dick, but King George, no way! Y’all just misunderstood what Bush was saying! Weren’t his exact words: “We’re not in a recession”, ? That’s what he said. You naive people mistakenly thought he meant the country. Nope! Bush meant the Bush Family, the Cheneys, and all the Congressmen and Senators as well as the well paid off not so Supreme anymore Court.

They ain’t sufferin folks. Just we poor slobs who are on fixed incomes or on no incomes at all because their company fired, layed-em-off, or otherwise dumped them into the great morass of the unwashed and unemployed. Bush did NOT say: “You’re not in a recession,” so stop saying he lied—–about THAT.

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Obama Remarks Before Meeting With Governors

RENDELL: Good morning, everyone. It is a great honor to have the president and vice president elect here in Congress Hall for what is an unprecedented meeting. You know, about ten days ago, the president-elect said that the economic recovery plan will require the input and participation of the na…

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Obama Remarks Before Meeting With Governors

RENDELL: Good morning, everyone. It is a great honor to have the president and vice president elect here in Congress Hall for what is an unprecedented meeting. You know, about ten days ago, the president-elect said that the economic recovery plan will require the input and participation of the na…

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Pastor Agnostic’s Silly Sermon & other tall tales

Given the grate economic news we are getting, it is time to change the tone. We need to laugh, smile, smirk, snort, snuggle and be nice to everyone we meet, as hard as that can be at times. A recession since 2007? You mean Bush, Bernenke and Paulson all lied to us throughout 2008? I’m SHOCKED! SHOCKED, I tell you.

So, to change the mood, the Church of Ineffable Stupidity is holding a sillier than usual sermon today, and invites everyone to tell a tall tale of their own. So without further ado, and without further rusting of the lily:

Bah. Bah! Humbug!
— Pastor Agnostic, practicing his Christmas Cheer

FROM THE CHURCH OF INEFFABLE STUPIDITY:

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Can an Obama-Clinton marriage work?

By putting Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton into one of the top jobs of his new administration, President-elect Barack Obama is — depending on who you talk to — making a brilliant tactical move or his is putting a fox in his henhouse and there won’t be any eggs on the table in the morning.

During the bitter campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Obama often held Clinton up as an example of the outdated politics of the past. In the parimay, ge campaigned as much against the excesses of her husband’s Presidency as on those of Geoge W. Bush.

Now he has Hillary Clinton by his side in a deal that is supposed to also muzzle the former President and limit his role on the international stage.

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Recycling mistakes of the past

The unbounded joy from the Democratic side of the political universe these days is tempered by economic realities of a faltering nation.

America is in trouble — deep trouble — and we are not going to get out of it by simply accepting everything that Barack Obama does as gospel and blaming everything that’s happened on George W. Bush.

Yes, Bush is a bad President, perhaps one of the worst in history, but the many problems that face this nation have been decades in the making and much of the relief that we see as Bush’s administration comes to an end follows what many — myself included — felt at what we hoped was the end of a national nightmare when the Clintons packed up to leave the White House.

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Holder ‘deeply involved’ in Rich pardon

President-elect Barack Obama’s nomination of Eric Holder to be Attorney General has raised new questions about Holder’s involvement in the controversial pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich by President Bill Clinton shortly before he left office.

Holder’s supporters have maintained that he was simply doing his job but Congressional records show Holder was much more involved than previously acknowledged.

Such a revelation raises questions about the honesty and integrity of the man who will serve as the nation’s top law enforcement officer and whether or not Obama is serious about creating a "transparent" government.

Holder may be damaged goods and another ethically-challenged attorney general is not what voters expected from the President-elect.

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