Libs still lieing about GM plant closing….
GM plant in Janesville closing for good this week
By The Associated Press
April 19, 2009
Janesville – Production at the General Motors plant in Janesville is scheduled to end for good this week.
GM spokesman Christopher Lee says operations at the southern Wisconsin plant will cease Thursday.
About 1,200 employees were let go just before Christmas when GM ended SUV production at the plant.
Some 100 workers were retained to finish an order of small- to medium-duty trucks for Isuzu Motors Ltd.
Lee says most of those workers will be laid off Thursday. He says others will be kept on to help guide the plant’s shutdown.
GM’s long-term future remains in doubt. Chief Executive Fritz Henderson says the automaker may file for bankruptcy if it can’t meet the strict requirements that came with $13.4 billion in government loans.
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“I think, from my perspective, what happened at this convention is that nobody is calling on it, or maybe a few people are calling on it. Paul Ryan, what he did in his speech, I think, so stretched the truth, and I like Paul Ryan, I have a lot of great respect for Paul Ryan, but the (INAUDIBLE) that he said about closing the GM plant, which closed before Barack Obama took president, about the Simpson-Bowles bill which — Simpson-Bowles, which he opposed, and then all of a sudden you see faults Barack Obama for, at some point the truth should matter.”
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