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Friday, December 12, 2008
Still coming soon..
TARP money will be used to float automakers until new administration / Congress is ready to revisit. I expect headlines imminently to that effect. Read
Don Boudreaux's editorial
in yesterday's WSJ as to why this is a bad idea.
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