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Immelt/obama, say if aint so



January 21, 2011 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: GE , GM , AIG

Does this union scare anyone else as much as it dose me? Immelt is just the next charm on the charm bracelet Obama keeps locked in the vault. Any time Obama wants to get all dressed up and go play with the other big boy heads of state in foreign countries, he will be sure to strap on his charm bracelet with the newest dangling charm, Immelt.The fact that GE owns NBC/Comcast opens the possibility that you will see Obama's face on tv every 3 seconds, campaigning for re-election. I wonder if there will be any equal time allocated to republican candidates, much less any foolish democrat with the nerve to run.

Through the latest acquisition of Immelt to the charm bracelet you might as well prepare yourself for the onslaught of increased adds for wind-power, solar power, battery power and mercury vapor light bulbs. No bid deals for GE with our government will be the partial payback for Immelts soul selling loyalty. Just think, Immelt can now feel free to open GE factories in Mexico and India utilizing the $3/hr labor forces. This will reduce his bottom line and increase profits. To heck with the skilled labor in America.

Taking control of the media is one of the acts right out of the socialist/fascist playbook. Chavez was able to do it with minimal opposition. He however took control of all the media. Obama already controls all the alphabet news channels, there are only a few left that are trying to be put out of business through the fairness doctrine.

Lets see, this regime already controls/owns banking (Goldman Sachs), insurance(AIG) unions, news media, health-care, GM, GE and on and on. I hope they don't take control of the corner 7-11. I by my lotto tickets there. G-d only knows where it will stop.


4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On January 21, 2011 at 11:52 AM, drgroup (67.83) wrote:

Why did Obama take only Immelt to India to negotiate the $750M steam generator contract? India could have reviewed competitive pricing from other bidders on Google. Whoops, my bad. Google is under the regimes control also....

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#2) On January 21, 2011 at 4:06 PM, leohaas (30.08) wrote:

So, this is a pitch to invest in GE and Comcast, right?

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#3) On January 21, 2011 at 4:22 PM, drgroup (67.83) wrote:

 leohaas... 10-4, don't forget AIG and Goldman.

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#4) On January 24, 2011 at 10:11 AM, drgroup (67.83) wrote:

I told you so...

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