your move mr. president
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#41 Feb 1, 2013
If a US buyer didn't want it, and a Chinese buyer did, that is the free market. "The technology" is a useless and vague term that you either need to get more specific about, or pipe down. Since the division dealing with government contracts wasn't part of the deal, your paranoid "Chicom" boogeyman fantasy is irrelevant.

Keep crying and crapping your pants over every last article with Obama's name in it, maybe something will stick.
Clifford1969

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#42 Feb 1, 2013
Hank wrote:
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Gusinski will do anything to hide his mistake. A real Pollock would just admit the mistake and move on. Don't think he is polish. Peoples at da club don't know anybody by that name or anybody who moved from the fort ward to carolina.
...... "A real Pollock would just admit the mistake and move on."..........A "real" pollock wouldn't know he made a mistake! lol.
Mr Wan Chu Stuff

Fredonia, NY

#43 Feb 1, 2013
StarkFistOfRemoval wrote:
If a US buyer didn't want it, and a Chinese buyer did, that is the free market. "The technology" is a useless and vague term that you either need to get more specific about, or pipe down. Since the division dealing with government contracts wasn't part of the deal, your paranoid "Chicom" boogeyman fantasy is irrelevant.
Keep crying and crapping your pants over every last article with Obama's name in it, maybe something will stick.
are you serious. The Chinese (gov) wanted the technology and outbid the American companies to get it. Do you really think the Chinese economy is free market based. The term "technology" was very specific since it had to do with the high tech batteries.

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#44 Feb 1, 2013
You're aware that the Chinese could have easily copied the "high tech batteries", like they do everything else, no matter who owned the company, right? That's kind of their "thing" right now, if you pay any attention to tech news.

I also did not say that the Chinese economy is a free market based economy. They participated in a transaction as a consumer in our free market, and outbid other potential buyers. That's the free market in action, regardless of what China's economy is at home. Don't like it? Push for laws to change it... Then again, that would make our economy less "free", wouldn't it?

Mr Wan Chu Stuff

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#45 Feb 1, 2013
StarkFistOfRemoval wrote:
You're aware that the Chinese could have easily copied the "high tech batteries", like they do everything else, no matter who owned the company, right? That's kind of their "thing" right now, if you pay any attention to tech news.
I also did not say that the Chinese economy is a free market based economy. They participated in a transaction as a consumer in our free market, and outbid other potential buyers. That's the free market in action, regardless of what China's economy is at home. Don't like it? Push for laws to change it... Then again, that would make our economy less "free", wouldn't it?
Copying the batteries they could but the technology to produce them is what they wanted. The Chinese do not play by the same set of rules and should never have been allowed to purchase a company funded by taxpayer monies. No laws were necessary to stop the sale.

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