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Conservatives take Subsidized money too

December 11th 2008 16:39
Bizarre Politics Reports: Free Market Conservatives who speak against the Big 3 Auto Maker bail out, should give back their subsidized money now
Foward it - Pass it on - Email Share it Service below - Open letter to Congress - who said we had to compete like this in a global economic arena. It's time to tell the story with Big Money getting bailed out and Auto Makers needing help in order to survive.[/COLOR]

FW: Open letter to Senators George Voinovich, Kit Bond and Carl Levin
From: Ray Tapajna (rtapajna@-----)
Sent: Thu 12/11/08 9:12 AM

To Kevin Obrien - Letters - etc ( Reply to Conservative Editor at Cleveland Plain Dealer who speaks against the U.S. Big Three Auto Makers getting financial support )

Below is a letter, we sent to Senator Voinovich's offices about helping the auto makers. Conservatives can no longer reject deals like this since they are now subsidized too. If they reject this, then they have to give back a portion of their savings, stocks and retirement plans too. The bail out of big money now protect their pocketbook too. We now have a subsidized " Free Market" system with Big Money bailed out by Small Money ( workers )

If they talk against industrial workers unions then, they have to also bring in the public sector government workers unions too who now total about 50 percent of all of the AFL.

They should also respond to the points in the letter below and tell us what position they took when President Clinton rushed 20 Billion dollars to Mexico to back up the Mexican currency after getting NAFTA passed. President Clinton said that was not enough and said he would find more ways to send Mexico even more money through international money funds which really are the same thing as far as the U.S. taxpayers are concerned.

In return, a flood of imports like the PT Cruiser automobile made by $1 an hour workers without any benefit flooded across the border. Reportedly new auto plants in Mexico were built without any need for employee parking lots too. The workers did not need them since they could not afford to buy cars. And the U.S. auto makers were told to compete with this.

With the big money financial bailout in the USA, now all are subsidized in one way or another. No one should reject the bail out of the U.S. auto makers unless they give back their bail out money too.

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From: rtapajna@live....
To: Senators
Subject: Open letter to Senators George Voinovich, Kit Bond and Carl Levin
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 10:05:07 -0700

Senator George Voinovich, and copy to Senator Kit Bond and Senator Carl Levin

Thank you for your letter regarding supporting the big 3 auto makers, but we also need to find out why it happened and how we can avoid these problems.
I was a trouble shooter supplyer for industrial computer manufacturers who are now gone from our economic landscape ( more than a million workers in computer manufacturing lost their jobs during this time ) and as such I read many publications related to computer channels of supply.

In 1992, I was stunned by an article that told how the U.S. Government sponsored the moving of factories outside the U.S. starting in 1956. This evolved into the maquiladora factory program in Mexico and the program never ended. It evolved into what is called free trade which really is not trade. It is really about moving production from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor costs - period!

I want to know as someone who lost all their earthly possessions, what happened?
How long did the U.S. fund these programs and how much did they cost and who specifically activated them?

After NAFTA was passed, President Clinton and a Republican Congress sent $20 billion dollars to Mexico supposedly to save the peso. President Clinton said he wanted more and would find a way to send more to Mexico.

As someone who lost all their earthly possessions due to free trade, I want to know what oversights were put into play during this time and did the U.S. get paid back all these funds?
I also want to know more about things like the PT Cruiser that was built by $1 an hour workers in Mexico after this all happened. Was it funded in anyway by the U.S. Government.
The reasons for asking these questions are obviously related to saving our auto industry for the long run. And individual states have paid foreign auto assemblers more than 2 billion dollars to build their plants in the U.S. This all should be brought up in all hearings on the matter dollar by dollar.

Who, what, where, how did this all evolve and who said we had to compete like this in a global economic arena? Putting veneer over the problems is not enough.

See See Coming to America

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Comment by Tapsearch Com Editor

December 12th 2008 19:33
Now that Big Money has been bailed out by Small Money, the rich are now subsidized and their money is protected by all taxpayers. All who reject the auto bail-out should give back that portion of money that is now protected under the Big Money bailout.

The scam of the century is over

This ad tells the whole story........ This is what is called free trade. Free trade is not about trading products but it is about moving production from place to place for the sake of cheaper and cheaper labor costs:

Mexico Manufacturing
Try manufacturing in Mexico & save up to 75% or more on labor costs! ( actual ad copied from advertising on this page )

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