maanantai 24. lokakuuta 2011

Obama auttaa suomalaisia työttömiä

Yhdysvaltalainen republikaanipoliitikko Sarah Palin arvostelee ankarasti presidentti Barack Obamaa "Suomen tukemisesta".

Henrik Fisker rakentaa sähköautonsa Suomessa.

Henrik Fisker said the U.S. money has been spent on engineering and design work that stayed in the U.S., not on the 500 manufacturing jobs that went to a rural Finnish firm, Valmet Automotive.

It’s bad enough that we borrow money from foreign countries to give to foreign countries. Now we borrow from foreign countries to finance jobs in foreign countries. (This kind of reminds me of the $2 billion assistance President Obama provided Brazil for their off-shore energy developments, while shutting down or blocking much of our own off-shore domestic drilling. He’s in favor of energy jobs in Brazil. But in America? Not so much.)

Hienoa että Presidentti Obama järjestöö Suomen nälkäänäkeville työttömille työtä sähköautojen rakentamisen parissa.

When President Obama signed his nearly trillion dollar stimulus boondoggle into law, he mortgaged our children’s future. And for what? Financing jobs in Finland? Propping up near bankrupt companies with connections to congressmen? For this we are burying ourselves in a mountain of debt?

Sarah Palinilla on kova suosio Suomessa. Hyvä Sarah!

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