Skip to comments.Emails: Geithner, Treasury drove cutoff of non-union Delphi workers’ pensions
Posted on 08/07/2012 6:37:25 PM PDT by chessplayer
Emails obtained by The Daily Caller show that the U.S. Treasury Department, led by Timothy Geithner, was the driving force behind terminating the pensions of 20,000 salaried retirees at the Delphi auto parts manufacturing company.
The move, made in 2009 while the Obama administration implemented its auto bailout plan, appears to have been made solely because those retirees were not members of labor unions.
The internal government emails contradict sworn testimony, in federal court and before Congress, given by several Obama administration figures. They also indicate that the administration misled lawmakers and the courts about the sequence of events surrounding the termination of those non-union pensions, and that administration figures violated federal law.
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The Obama administration, every last one of them, should already be doing prison time.
Romney ought to get all over this, and parade the hundreds of these unfortunate souls who lost everything across the airwaves!!!
Democrats - Thieves, Thugs, Thralls and Thickheads
Democrats are Democrats first.....being an American is way down on their list.
Seeing that only about 12% or maybe less of workers in this country are union, this needs to be played up to those non union workers.
If you are a non union worker, this is how the Obama administration is worried about your pensions.
Timmy is a pick pocket... he picked the taxpayers pocket...
To become a democrat hero...
I recall that Chrysler and Chevrolet dealerships were closed down if they contributed funds to republicans instead of democrates!
The slime rises to the surface when democrates are in power.
Jail to the Chief!
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