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Kos jumped the shark at last?

515 recs. Worst diary ever. Sample, spelling and logic errors intact:

A contributer at the Peoples' View blog made a great observation yesterday between theWhitehouse's manufacturing strategy and GE's CEO, Jeff Immelt appointment to the President's council of economic advisers that no one really spoke about except ridicule the appointment immediately, instead of looking at what Immelt believes in and has said. Some would say what he has said is just talk. No, it ain't just talk since GE has invested a stacks of Benjamins/money in US manufacturing since 2008. Immelt said:

"Recently my colleague Peter Loescher, the CEO of Siemens, extolled  the importance of Germany as an exporting country.  In my career, I have  never heard an American CEO say that the United States should be  leading in exports.  Well, I am saying it today: This country ought to  be, and we can be, not just the world’s leading market but a leading  exporter as well.

The Professional Left (PL) went crazy on the choice of Immelt and bashed the President dismissing him cynically declaring "Let the Obama 2012 two-year, billion dollar campaign begin."  Some in the PL are often so quick to judge and suck the blood out a promising thing to proclaim defeat all the time. It's like premature ejaculation.

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Submitted by beowulf on

Oh wait I'm thinking of another Company! :o)

This is a very liberal institution. And in a lot of ways, it really does attract people who want to make a better, you know, want to make the world a better place . . . Of course, they’ve got their Dirty Ops and this and that, right but as an institution itself the CIA is really interested in stable world.

Granted, the CIA has long been distrusted by conservatives for being a den of hippies.
Leaking At All Costs
What the CIA is willing to do to hurt the Bush administration.