Guess what, the problem isn't that the government saved GM (which they did. With cash), it's that they invested in GM and Chrysler to save an entire industry of supporting companies (stop thinking cars, think car parts!) which, if GM would have been left to fail, would have dried up like a raisin. Or prune, if that's your preference.
I do feel religious about this., but not about Dem vs Pub. It's about making choices based on facts instead of heresay. And I try to post those facts as links in conversations like this.+Thomas DeKade
That's a wild assertion. Where's a link for your proof? Wait, I'll do it for you, you lazy oaf.http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/F?c112:6:./temp/~c1128uWLWJ:e5367
That's the bill people are saying will allow 30,000 "spy aircraft". But I just scanned the law, the only part I could find was in "Subtitle B--Unmanned Aircraft Systems", which mandates plans for supporting "civil unmanned aircraft". That means not government.
Can you point out the part of the bill (or a different bill) that supports your flavor of crazy?