Panel: GM stock sale may trim taxpayer recovery - Yahoo! News
reuters, nov 18, 2010:
Factbox: Taxpayers in deep water on GM investment | Reuters
wapo, sept 22, 2010:
GM must sell for $134 a share for U.S. to recover investment
consumer reports, feb 28, 2011:
Consumer Reports: GM's Volt 'doesn't really make a lot of sense' | detnews.com | The Detroit News
Obama sends 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan - World - CBC News
time, july, TWO THOUSAND NINE:and he had to add stimulus funds.
Barack Obama's Stimulus Plan: Failing by Its Own Measure - TIME
I'm sure you're seen the countless jobs reports that state employers (mostly in financial sectors, i.e., banks) have money to burn, but they're just sitting on it right now. And why? Please, don't come back with the line that it's about Obama's job killing policies because contrary to popular belief most of his financial policies have included tax cuts, not tax increases. Furthermore, the biggest so-called "job killer" - the PPAC - hasn't even gone into full swing yet. Nothing about its implementation currently has anything to do with the business sectors. It's all on the States currently to implement the high-risk pools under the law. So, explain to us how in our current economic environment if businesses have received tax cuts especially considering that the Bush Tax Cuts have been extended thru 2012 and businesses (banks mostly) are sitting on all this surplus cash - money you say if they are allowed to keep they'll reinvest it for the sake of job growth - why the hell aren't they doing it? (Or shall I say why aren't they doing it faster since we are seeing increased private sector job growth per the article in the OP.)
Originally Posted by johnny_rebson:
These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.