Train exec: No vow to keep mill open
The former chief executive of railroad owner Norfolk Southern says he never promised that his company would pay to keep open a textile mill damaged by a 2005 toxic chemical spill. via The State
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#1 Apr 3, 2008
I thought "Trickle Down Economics" was supposed to prevent this from happening.
If the wealthy paid less taxes, they would not need to make as much of a profit and they would be able to keep American factories open.
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