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SNL: Obama Takes A Break From The G-20 To Decide The Fate Of American Companies

A pretty funny clip from back in 2009.

Obama has decided which American companies will continue to exist (and receive a subsidy) and which will be asked to go quietly out of business.

"My administration intends to do to every industry in this country, exactly what we are doing to the automakers. Every company will be vetted for fiscal soundness. Those judged best able to compete in the global economy will be offered a governmental subsidy. The others will be asked to cease operations at once. Hopefully, they will do so voluntarily, if not, they will be shut down by force."




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I don't know how Michael and all can allow this obvious propaganda to be put under "Member Story"
Of all the "bailouts" that happened, the one that worked was GM! It was about jobs, not Banksters. Holy Cow. I can't find anywhere in my (major) city to test drive a Chevy Volt (over 200 miles per "gallon" when the engine is priming the battery). It is in such demand. And it was Car of the Year!
Time to take our country back from the Oilgarchy Bankster Gangster Murderer Media Mafia.
Watch Zeitgeist the Movie (.com) It has been watched by over a hundred million people. Ask your local high schoolers if they have seen it! You'll be surprised!
Jul 31, 2011 at 4:54 AM | Unregistered CommenterSensiblePerson

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