Skip to comments.Sen. Stabenow On "Good" Year For Auto Industry
Posted on 02/03/2010 12:12:08 PM PST by moose2004
Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) joins the "Morning Joe" gang to discuss the impact that job creation is having on her home state, as well as health care reform.
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Our police department just purchased its new cop cars out of the 2010 budget authorization. They were Chrysler products, of course. That’s because the Feds are subsidizing municipalities with kickbacks to make Chryslers cost less, and thus become “low bidders” which in many places obligates the municipality to purchase them.
Another thought just struck me today. The government is crucifying Toyota over their gas pedals. What if Chrysler made cars with defective gas pedals? Would the government, as owners of Chrysler, be as diligent in enforcing the recall of their own brand?
Does the dumbass governor of Michigan know how well things are going in her state.
Hate to see her version of a bad year....
Now we know why she’s in DC and not CEO somewhere. Morons, the whole lot of ‘em.
Job creation Debbie? Oh, please. There is 25% unemployment in sever Cities in Michigan. Flint is a Ghost town.
Govt. Motors (GM) and Chrysler heavily subsidized by Federal $$. And the winner is..... Ford! But in Stabacow’s world a few jobs above the minus 25% unemployment baseline
is considered a success. Hows that voting for Dems worked out for Michiganders?
I can’t STAND to listen to that Beeeyotch go on and on about Obama, like she’d drop and bl0w the guy if he was standing there. She rants about the republicans “on the other side” just voting against all the wonderful things Mr. Obama is doing....YOU IGNORANT COMMIE, THAT’S BECAUSE THE PEOPLE ARE SAYING THEY DON’T WANT THE CRAP. Not that she cares what the people think, of course.
Stabacow is a dumbass senator. We have another dumbass women for gov.
Since I cannot use profanity here....I will just stop typing about the btich.
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