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AP actually fell for a fake GE press release promising to return over $3 billion in tax refunds to the Treasury, you know, because it’s the socially responsible thing to do. The phony press release also promised to create one American job for every job created overseas, urge Congress to close tax loopholes used by companies like GE and shut down overseas tax havens. It looks like the folks at AP were looking at it through rose colored glasses.
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Here’s the full press release, which OBVIOUSLY reads like a hoax. Note comments in there about new policies about creating one American job for every one created abroad.
Be sure to read the whole thing.
The New York Times story is even worse. Their Economix blog yesterday posted an article that opened with a slightly scathing criticism of President Obama’s economic policies.
At a time when the economy should be rebounding the latest GDP number for the first quarter of 2010 shows that the Obama economic policies have failed.
When 2011 began, Macroeconomic Advisers, a forecasting company, expected that America’s economic output would shape up to rise at a 4.1 percent annual rate in the first quarter, the highest pace in over a year.
But economic reports coming in over the last few months have been increasingly disappointing.
But an update to the blog post later in the afternoon scrubbed the first paragraph and replaced it with “And the year started out so very hopeful.” I guess the new mission statement of the NYT is “Thou shalt not criticize Dear Leader.” (Gateway Pundit has a screen shot of the updated post.)
Update: Memeorandum has a thread and linked.
Update 2: That Mr G Guy linked – thanks!