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Reply #25: Jim DeMint (Crook-SC) is currently on MSNBC shittin on the unions (again) [View All]

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Idealism Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-11-08 02:46 PM
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25. Jim DeMint (Crook-SC) is currently on MSNBC shittin on the unions (again)
Edited on Thu Dec-11-08 02:53 PM by halo experiment
WOW listen to this exchage on MSNBC:

DeMint: "The unions are pulling the strings of the Democrats"


Newsanchor: "Senator a lot of people think you are doing whats best for foreign automakers, what do you say to that?"

DeMint: "I want Detroit to suceed"

Newsanchor: "People say they wouldn't buy a car from a bankrupt company, so why do you want the Big Three to go into Chapter 11?"

DeMint: "They aren't going to buy a car now from an essentially bankrupt company now anyways"


Really, people aren't buying cars because the company is teetering on bankruptcy? It has NOTHING to do with the fact that 1.2 million people have lost their jobs this year, 1/10 people are in default on their mortgage, or that people are worried about job security. Not that at all.

Seriously, go fuck yourself Senator.
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