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Slade Gorton

A former U.S. Senator and Washington State Attorney General, Slade Gorton served on the 9/11 Commission.

Reach Out to Rivals

If indeed they have not, the auto executives could have solicited their foreign competitors that have U.S. assembly plants to support their plea on the ground that a vital domestic industry strengthens everyone. If sincere, such support would help to vitiate much of the southern opposition to the bailout.

By Slade Gorton

 |  December 8, 2008; 11:04 AM ET
Category:  Economic crisis Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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Just as Iran has a very long history of Empire [thousands of years for that matter, be they 'occupied' or not] and therefore that is the current vision of Iran's current 'real' leaders, namely, a return to Empire in the Middle East, they have traditionally been 'good at waiting' for the right opportunities. They have also often accomplished much 'diplomatically,' though often initially covertly, but at that, they have been experts. A valid argument can today be advanced that Iran's 8 to 10 intermediate to long term objectives 'may not' necessarily be adverse to our intermediate to long term interest, but this is not about Iran, or even Iran-US future policy.

Yes, arguably Japanese, Korean and Chinese economic interest are overtly not adverse to a US 'partnership,' but since that also arguably involves significant commercial and defense intelligence related espionage by the world's oldest intelligence service [China] let us not be naive that if especially China can produce Japanese quality vehicles and later aircraft, who is to say that they will not do what is to their advantage in this world game of Chess, not Checkers.

THAT SAID, WHY I'D LOVE TO BE THE NEW CAR CZAR, OR EVEN THE USED CAR CZAR.

I FIND THAT LAWYERS MAKE EXCELLENT CAR CZARS AND I HAVE BOTH DOMESTIC & FOREIGN CAR EXPERIENCE, NAMELY, FORD AND GM ON THE DOMESTIC SIDE AND HONDA AND TOYOTA ON THE FOREIGN SIDE

AND I KNOW CHINESE

为什么I' 是D的爱新的汽车沙皇,甚至半新车沙皇。 我发现律师做优秀汽车沙皇和我有两国内& 外国汽车经验,即,在外国边的国内边的福特和GM和本田和丰田

AND JAPANESE TOO.

I'なぜ; Dは新しい車の皇帝、また更に中古車の皇帝であることを愛する。 私は弁護士が優秀な車の皇帝を作る私持っている両方国内&をことが分り、; 外国の側面の国内側面の外国車の経験、即ち、フォードおよびGMおよびホンダおよびトヨタ

Posted by: brucerealtor@gmail.com | December 10, 2008 4:34 AM
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