Alabama leaders say loses as Northrop...

Alabama leaders say loses as Northrop pulls out tanker bidding

There are 2 comments on the Montgomery Advertiser story from Mar 9, 2010, titled Alabama leaders say loses as Northrop pulls out tanker bidding. In it, Montgomery Advertiser reports that:

WASHINGTON -- Alabama will not be part of a $35 billion-dollar deal to build Air Force refueling tankers -- a deal the state thought it had locked up in 2008 when Northrop Grumman Corp.

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Phillip

Wetumpka, AL

#1 Apr 20, 2010
Did anyone ever think congress was going to let the
French have responsibility for a defense capability of this magnitute?
Saloth Sar

Mobile, AL

#2 Apr 21, 2010
It was a partnership with the French you moron. It had nothing to do with nationality, but everything to do with who had the best lobbyist. Yeah, lobbyist, the same ones candidate obama promised to get rid of, but President obama now truly enjoys the benefits from.

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