A third Dingell in the Senate from Michigan would be a hard pill to swallow.
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Our problems didn’t start with Dingell. They started with his father!
This is a more acerbic look at the president’s announcement of “victory” in the GM bailout. The man’s hubris and audacity are breathtaking.
It was a victory of a kind, but not for the American taxpayer.
Geithner is the quintessential insider who is now preparing to get paid handsomely for all of his time in “public service.”
Detroit is the first because it is the most corrupt. Others are right on its heels.
It’s nice of the IMF to recognize that it’s market forces that bring down prices, improving the standard of living of everyone in the process.
God bless Michelle Malkin. I toyed with a few hard-ball questions for the Presidential Debate in a previous post. The temptation to do the same by Malkin was just too much. I don’t think the media, or Jim Lehrer (the moderator), will be calling either of us very soon. Here’s Malkin: We know the liberal media […]
John Ransom -The Chevy Volt: Another Obama Green Investment Loses a Billion Today, I’m very pleased to announce that I have a new reason to dislike the Volt. And it’s probably the best reason of all. The Chevy Volt costs close to $90,000 to manufacture while it retails for $40,000 according to information gathered by […]
Michael Barone: GM Goes From Bad to Worse Despite Obama Bailout Obama talks about the auto bailout frequently, since it’s one of the few things in his record that gets positive responses in the polls. But he’s probably wise to avoid probing questions, since the GM bailout is not at all the success he claims. Aptly […]