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NOW he's worked the dirtiest job of all

Politics. Devil

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Ford was also in trouble then

Maybe instead of laying off the factory workers who had nothing to build, they should have laid off more managers and put the assembly line folks in their offices so they could make the decisions about what to do when it looked like payroll checks might bounce.

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Were you all this concerned

when BO's 'negotiations' with GM forced out their CEO and eliminated over 20,000 non-union jobs at Delphi along with thousands more by forcing dealerships to close along with thousands more of the mom and pop suppliers for those dealerships?

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I was as concerned then

as you are concerned now(and then) about the loss of Union jobs.

That sounds fair and balanced doesn't it?

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Judging by his first appearance this afternoon,Mike Rowe was

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