G.M. crowed about its loan repayment in a national television ad and the United States Treasury also marked the moment with a press release: “We are encouraged that G.M. has repaid its debt well ahead of schedule and confident that the company is on a strong path to viability,” said Timothy F. Geithner, the Treasury secretary.
Taxpayers are naturally eager for news about bailout repayments. But what neither G.M. nor the Treasury disclosed was that the company simply used other funds held by the Treasury to pay off its original loan.
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Guess who funds many, many politicians and their campaigns? Big Business. Guess where many of those businesses are head quartered? OFF SHORE. Guess who many of those businesses employ? foreigners (often times minors). Guess how much US tax those businesses pay? Goose eggs. Big business and politicians (aka the government) have been in bed together for a long time.
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