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The New Stalinism? Obama and the Potential Return of the Five-Year Plan

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Published on Sep 3, 2012

Obama is citing his bailout of General Motors as proof that other industries should receive bailouts. Is Obama adopting the central planning principles of Joseph Stalin? Find out as Terry Jones of IBD and Doug Altner of the Ayn Rand Center discuss industrial policy and Obama's plans for American industry.

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Comments • 68

Hoschi0913
if GM would be the last car maker in the entire world ,i would walk......period
IamRayson
Drop the act poser.
IamRayson
I could have told you that.
IamRayson
What are you babbling about?
IamRayson
Leftist poser! 
IamRayson
I would agree that comparing him Stalin or Hitler is normally harsh. But with all of his "executive orders" that have been coming out lately, it is fair to say he's acting like some petty dictator. 
IamRayson
No, to my shame we're not. But since the 30's the party that has had control of legislative branch a lot more often than not has been the Democrats. 
Blake Stone
I see what you did there. Nice try.
bertimusprime
The most asinine thing about corn is that humans can barely digest it anyway. It is useful for feeding livestock, but it is inefficient as fuel for man or car. As it is the amount of ethanol in our fuel because of existing subsidies lowers the efficiency of our gasoline. All subsidies seem to do, is create a false demand which increases supply. But now you have to buy it because there isn't anything else, why would they produce something else when they can get tax exemptions and gov money for it
CMLittleboot
man, what has happened to this countries government?
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