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Investors hurt by auto bailout Posted September 6, 2012 at 3 a.m. Lois Armitage, Newburgh Many investors hurt by auto bailouts We are one couple that is not better off four years later specifically because of President Obama's actions. The president
Beaten Remember when the Democratic National Convention was supposed to be a disaster of untold proportions?...The GOP succeeded in lowering the bar so much that the only thing Democrats had to do Tuesday was look into the camera without drooling.
As President Barack Obama spent Labor Day with union workers in the swing state of Ohio on Sept. 3, he highlighted his bailout to the auto industry that Mitt Romney was against of as a major reason why voters should help him get re-elected.
This may still underestimate the losses to comeyet President Obama plans to tout the auto bailout as a key accomplishment of his Administration. Politico recently obtained a draft of planning documents for the Democratic National Convention, finding
Analysis & Opinion Chrysler Group assembly workers lower the frame onto the chassis for Chrysler Jeeps, Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos at the Chrysler Jefferson North auto plant in Detroit, Michigan April 28, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC, which came
I said, I believe in American workers, I believe in this American industry, and now the American auto industry has come roaring back and GM is number one again. So now I want to do the same thing with manufacturing jobs, not just in the auto industry,
We all know how the Obama administration likes to portray the auto bailout: A generous infusion of money enabled the government to save General Motors and Chrysler . Jobs that otherwise would have disappeared were rescued by this taxpayer-funded
I mean, even by the standards of this town [Washington], that's a load of you-know-what. New research from Heritage labor economist James Sherk proves that it was, in fact, a load of truth. The Treasury Department estimates that taxpayers will lose $
endorsed his candidacy, Mitt Romney praised another -- former President George W. Bush -- for the actions he took that Romney said averted a second Great Depression. In response to a question at a town hall meeting in suburban Baltimore about "too
Economists focus on macroeconomics modeling or analyzing the complex interconnections of a national and global economy. Romney demonstrated the truth of this observation with his erroneous call in 2008 to let U.S. auto makers go bankrupt. From a