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Personal Bail Out Package

Stocker Steve

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I read today that we not spending enough and so the auto parts suppliers are now asking for a bailout just like GM and Ford. Even though farm income is down and I told my wife to cut back on her budget - - I am willing to consider doing my patriotic part to boost the economy by investing useful stuff like trucks and tractors and power tools. :banana: My question is when can I expect to get my personal bail out package???
 

cfpinz

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Your personal bail out package:


 

Lammie

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Where is this supposed to stop? Everyone can't go sticking out their hands. I've been doing it for months and no one has approached me yet. I'd settle for a measly million.
 

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I was under the impression that ford met there requirements for the bail out but turned it down. I will double check this when I get time.
 

john250

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Lammie":mc8bhdxi said:
Where is this supposed to stop? Everyone can't go sticking out their hands. I've been doing it for months and no one has approached me yet. I'd settle for a measly million.

There is your problem. If you only need a million, you aren't "too big to fail".
 

Stocker Steve

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A local columnist is taking strong measures to compensate for not (yet) receiving a personal bail out package - - he decided to lay off his girl friend. :shock: He not share any cons on this but he did detail out a lot of cost savings. Hard times require tough decisions.
 
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