Connecticut Survivalist Alliance
Senator Jim DeMint
Warns of "Riots" if Automakers Are Bailed Out
In an interview following a Dec. 10 press conference where he and four other
senators aired their opposition to the proposed bailout deal struck by
congressional leaders and the White House (and approved by the U.S. House of
Representatives 237-170 that evening), Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., warned that the
perception that some industries are being bailed out and some aren’t could lead
“We’re going to have riots.
There are already people rioting because they’re losing their jobs when
everybody else is being bailed out.
The fairness of it becomes more and more evident as we go along.
The auto companies may be hurting,” he said, but “there are very few companies
that aren’t hurting and they’re going to hurt.
We don’t have enough money to bail everyone out.”
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