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    Re: Govt watchdog criticizes handling of car dealers

    Quote Originally Posted by The Dane View Post
    The report also cannot prove that the dealership closings were not necessary.
    The report made no such claim.
    The report DID claim that the government did not prove that closing the dealerships was necessary.

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    Re: Govt watchdog criticizes handling of car dealers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    The democrats are likely to lose a lot of seats in the up coming midterms, possibly losing control of both Congress and Senate, hard to get anything done in such cases for long term gains
    Losing Congress for a while is a short term loss. This is acceptable given the long-temr game.

    I think that goes both ways does it not Republicans only care when it is a democratic deficit, democrats when it is a republican one
    Red herring. You cannot refute my premise and so you're trying to change the subject away from it.

    But think of the gains that would be made by having another 8% on top of the 9% currently unemployed that Obama could make
    Your numbers are imaginary and thus meaningless. The unions are political machines; losing their support costs more than any gain made under the scenario being discussed.

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    Re: Govt watchdog criticizes handling of car dealers

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Losing Congress for a while is a short term loss. This is acceptable given the long-temr game.


    Red herring. You cannot refute my premise and so you're trying to change the subject away from it.


    Your numbers are imaginary and thus meaningless. The unions are political machines; losing their support costs more than any gain made under the scenario being discussed.
    But you said that high unemployement is good for Obama, putting two autocompanies employee's, the parts suppliers, ALL the auto dealerships, the support jobs and the spin off jobs all on the unemployement line would boost unenmployment levels drastically, making the long term goals as you suggest stronger. Then Obama could pass a law that makes union membership easier at the Japanese autoplants, bringing new union membership for the democrats
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    Re: Govt watchdog criticizes handling of car dealers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    But you said that high unemployement is good for Obama, putting two autocompanies employee's, the parts suppliers, ALL the auto dealerships, the support jobs and the spin off jobs all on the unemployement line would boost unenmployment levels drastically, making the long term goals as you suggest stronger. Then Obama could pass a law that makes union membership easier at the Japanese autoplants, bringing new union membership for the democrats
    What part of "The unions are political machines; losing their support costs more than any gain made under the scenario being discussed" don't you get?

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