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Uncle Merlin

I ALWAYS come down on the side of manufacturing HERE over financial hooligans THERE. But a good point was made, if Mercedes/BMW/Toyota don't make it here their CEO's and Governments aren't going to (I Love this, wait for it..) "Stay the Course" and keep their factories going over HERE!
Do you think we would have won WWII having Subs built in Germany or Japan???

judith

Tom's the master at getting some insider to exelain to him what exactly happened 5 years ago so he can go write a book about it. And the insider never slants it to try to make people to believe what he (and it is alwaya a he), the insider, wants the masses to believe.

Who ya gonna trust, big mansion Tom or the contents of millions of people's mailboxes? I suggest you check with someobdy in India before you answer.

kate

Be sure to never open the comments on most of the economics blogs. Those commenters are cold. They don't care who goes down, the more the better. Most seem to praise short selling, the Austrian school, and Ron Paul. They've got theirs and that's all that's important.

By the way Dumb Tom's advice as his wife's shopping malls near bankruptcy is "Go shopping."

kate

Be sure to never open the comments on most of the economics blogs. Those commenters are cold. They don't care who goes down, the more the better. Most seem to praise short selling, the Austrian school, and Ron Paul. They've got theirs and that's all that's important.

By the way Dumb Tom's advice as his wife's shopping malls near bankruptcy is "Go shopping."

Susan

re mileage on the Model T, IIRC the T could run on a number of different fuels - gas, alcohol, etc, so it probably got better mileage on gas and less on alcohol/alkie blends.

And yeah, Tom Friedman is really, really an ass. I bet the NYT could outsource him for five, six bucks a column.

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