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  • Video: Congress Considers Bailout for Detroit's Big Three

    Congress returns from recess this week to debate a bailout for Detroit’s automakers. Heritage’s Brian Darling surveys the landscape on Capitol Hill.


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    One Response to Video: Congress Considers Bailout for Detroit's Big Three

    1. Marshall Hill-Michig says:

      The Federal Laws on the books today allow any of

      the Businesses in the Country to file in court for

      Bankruptcy at several levels.Why are we involved in this plight?So we can become a Socialist Group

      running three Automotive Companies.The costs to

      build vehicles are higher than Honda or Toyota!

      Government is putting its nose in Private Industry

      again!We all know the playng field to Export these

      Vehicles is not level,and we continue to play this


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