Mike Rowe saw his opportunity to explain how the free market works, and he took it.
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It’s so predictable. There’s a crisis. The Obama administration says it won’t provide a bailout, all the while knowing that the bailout is already in place.
In the past Obama has put off making any decision on permitting the Keystone XL pipeline to go ahead. He’s likely to do so again, waiting until after the November elections.
There are no more options, no more shenanigans, no more bookkeeping adjustments, no more bailouts. This is the end game of liberalism.
Highland Park is just one more example of over-generous pension plans, banks ignoring weak financials, and city council members who are bad at math, pushing Detroit’s city-within-a-city into bankruptcy.
How rare and refreshing this is: a company owner who takes a stand, makes a promise, and keeps it!
Facts, history and logic mean nothing to the interventionists. It’s all about “solving problems” that they themselves helped to create. Sometimes it even appears to be deliberate.
This is a more acerbic look at the president’s announcement of “victory” in the GM bailout. The man’s hubris and audacity are breathtaking.
It was a victory of a kind, but not for the American taxpayer.
Outside the walls of his church the reverend is as dumb as a box of rocks when it comes to economic reality.