The Worst Economic Recovery Ever

Did you have a good fundamental transformation of The USA?


Baracko Is Getting Impatient

It is taking too long to end our failed experiment in freedom and capitalist exploitation


Somebody Else Will Make That Happen

What Baracko Progs are teaching our kids during Our Lost Decade


(story at moonbattery.com)

How Somebody Else Saved Detroit and The UAW

Baracko needs four more years of plunder to complete the mission
Ever since General Motors first approached Congress for emergency bailout funds, taxpayers have gradually lost interest in the government's ownership stake in America's largest automaker. Yet nearly half of the $43.3 billion total loss the Treasury will suffer on its 2008-09 financial rescue comes from its "investment" in GM.

GM's "forgotten bailout" will likely cost taxpayers more than any other non-housing program of the bailout era, even before factoring in supplier assistance or unprecedented tax write-offs for GM on pre-bankruptcy losses.
(full story at investors.com)

Yes, General Motors really is giving $600 million to an English soccer club. The $600 million GM is giving to Man United over the next 7 years is a sponsorship deal.

In return, Man United will wear "Chevrolet" on their jerseys and GM will be able to call itself Man United's "global automobile partner." It will immediately have the edge with all those consumers who look to their favorite soccer club for car buying advice.

Note: Before AON, Man United's sponsor was AIG. See how that worked out.

(full story at breitbart.com)

Socialist Workers Party, Final Solution, Raúl Castro

On this day: July 31
The National Socialist German Workers Party wins more than 38% of the vote in German elections (1932)

Under instructions from Adolf Hitler, Nazi official Hermann Göring, orders SS General Reinhard Heydrich to "submit to me as soon as possible a general plan of the administrative material and financial measures necessary for carrying out the desired final solution of the Jewish question." (1941)

Fidel Castro hands over power temporarily to brother Raúl Castro (2006)

b: Deval Patrick (1956); d: Andrew Johnson (1875)

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