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Archive for October 19th, 2012

LG Chem, stimulus company workers, play cards, watch movies but no batteries produced in Michigan. A $300 million lithium-ion battery plant for cars like the Chevy Volt have no orders to fill. The Department of Energy issued the Company $151 million Recovery Act grant.

Former LG Chem employee, Nicole Merryman reported,

There would be up to 40 of us that would just sit in there during the day. We were given assignments to go outside and clean. If there was nothing for us to do, we would study in the cafeteria, or we would sit and play cards, sit and read magazines. It’s really sad that all these people are sitting there and doing nothing, and it’s basically on taxpayer money.”

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“Not Fixed” web video ad by the Republican National Committee. “Bill Clinton agrees with Governor Romney that President Obama has not fixed the economy–and he’s right,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “Under this president, too many middle class families are struggling to put food on the table, gas in the car, and send their kids to college. The worst part is this president admitted at Tuesday’s debate that he has given up on jobs coming back. America deserves better than a president who can’t fix the economy and has given up trying.”

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Obama to Jon Stewart:  Deadly Benghazi Consulate attack response “not optimal.” During his appearance on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” President Obama tells the Comedy Central host that the response to the deadly attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was “not optimal,” and that “we are going to fix it.”

Can this man stop his tour on comedy, late night shows and stop discussing politics? It is a disgrace to the Office of President.

It’s Not Optimal Facebook Page Click Here

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Mitt Romney’s surprisingly hilarious speech at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. A charity gala organized by the Archdiocese of New York.

Brilliant, simply brilliant.

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