A Republican congressman seeking a $25 billion bailout of the troubled U.S. auto industry made a stunning statement about taxpayer funds to benefit Detroit, claiming, “It is not your money.”
Michigan Republican Congressman Joe Knollenberg was chastising those in opposition to the auto bailout. Apparently it’s not the taxpayers money, it’s not your money — it’s his.
Rep. Joe Knollenberg, R-Mich., made the remark during a discussion with Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto on Tuesday, November 18 as they debated spending billions of federal dollars to prop up the Big Three car-makers. › Continue reading
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