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That five fingered bond, as Obama/Chrysler advertises, may be overstating the finger count by four.

Posted at Disrupt the Narrative

This has been bugging me for a while.  Maybe it’s bugging you too. Has anyone noticed that the government controlled automobile companies are employing major American themes of HONOR and TRUST in their ads, a manly handshake, a bond amongst honorable men, while masking their true heritage?  You know.  The look in the eye followed by that five fingered bond. This Chrysler Corporation/Obama/United Auto Workers government welfare program advertisement trying to sell trucks doesn’t even use the word Chrysler in their ads?  It’s not a Dodge Ram.  It’s RAM.  Just RAM.  When I think of Obama and the autoworkers union, honor and trust don’t come to mind.  I think this advertisement has been pulled.  You know.  That fictitious ad from GM saying that they’ve repaid the taxpayers for their bailout, which turned out to be total Bravo Sierra. When I think of the way that two major automobile companies were stolen from investors, when I think of automobile dealerships stolen from their rightful owners and given to political patrons it’s not a five fingered bond, it&#…

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That five fingered bond, as Obama/Chrysler advertises, may be overstating the finger count by four.

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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