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you mean they still took the bailout? because you'd have to take one in the first place, to pay them back, right?

how 'libertarian' of them.

still, if it's like anything else, the devil's in the details. like GM, I doubt that they actually paid them back, even when they publicize it.

then, again, despite the common misconception, Ford, Toyota and Harley Davidson and McDonalds all got bailed out by the FED.Res., too: it's just HOW and how long and under what structure the 'loan guarantees' were made: you're never gonna see that 'money' go anywhere but written off in accounting ledger.

It's all numerical and semantics alchemy.

the question is, how does the 'brand govt,' and any corporatist brands have any credibility, when they speak, at this juncture in history??

a bailout, is a bailout, is a bailout.

definitions being what they are, there's nothing 'libertarian' about being bailed out by taxpayers. let alone, moral, or economically sound, about it. It all stinks to high corporatist heaven.

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