Taxpayers lose $10.5 billion on Gener...

Taxpayers lose $10.5 billion on General Motors

There are 1 comment on the Human Events story from Dec 10, 2013, titled Taxpayers lose $10.5 billion on General Motors. In it, Human Events reports that:

You know, this could have been a lot worse. So up-twinkles, I guess. Only losing $10.5 billion on a payoff to special interests qualifies as a roaring success by current Washington standards.

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fatbacks x

Portland, OR

#1 Dec 10, 2013
My '13 toyota tundra is'nt costing you dumb ass taxpayers any subsidies, even if it is made in texass. All chevy owners develope a personal relationship with their "fix it again" service managers.Ten and a half billion and probably more. Should have let the rust bucket kings go B R! And the repubtu-ds want everyone outa work and starving, and the damacraps can only think of the "doc! I got a sliver in my a-- and need you to sign my disability claim health care". What ball-less country!

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