Sunday, May 17, 2009

Obama's And Admin's Blatant Chrysler Plant-Closing Fibs to Four States' Pols Get Virtually No National Notice

By Tom Blumer (NewsBusters) Imagine if in December George W. Bush and his administration had:
> Decided not to issue the initial bailout billions to General Motors but not Chrysler, thereby forcing Chrysler into bankruptcy. > Had his advisers get on the phone with elected in officials in towns and states where Chrysler has plants and told them that the bankruptcy was about to happen. > Said that the Chrysler bankruptcy "will not disrupt the lives of the people who work at Chrysler or the communities that depend" on them.
Now imagine if, 24-36 hours later, Bush's advisers disclosed that many Chrysler plants would close. Does anyone reading this think that such an obvious betrayal would have gone unreported by the major TV networks or newspapers of record? Well, on Wednesday and Thursday, April 29 and 30, Barack Obama and his administration did exactly what I described above. Then, on May 1, Obama's car guys and Chrysler announced the closings of plants in Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Michigan. Yet this shocking deception, acknowledged as such by well-known names in both major parties, has only been news in the metro areas affected.
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