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(The Daily Caller)   Before you listen to All The President's Men in Charlotte declare "GM is No. #1 again" remind them Toyota is not a Star Wars action figure   ( divider line
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2012-09-05 08:10:17 AM  
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The "larger truth..." is that Mitt Romney wanted to stop the government intervention bailing out GM and now the asshole is shamelessly trying to take credit for GM's continued existence while you mental midgets try to pretend that saying "Toyota has slipped ahead of GM again therefore Obama's people are lying when they assert it's number one again" essentially is you making some kind of important point.

The larger truth is that "Tucker Carlson's Daily Caller" is really the result of 3 million dollars in donation by Foster Friess (Yes, Santorum's sugar daddy) and other GOP fat cats.

It's a full time mouthpiece for the GOP (especially it's wealthy donors) and if I had to rate it as a blog I would have to be honest and say it sucks. 

That's the larger truth here.
2012-09-05 07:53:18 AM  
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