Thursday, December 7, 2006
previous entry | main | next entry | TrackBack (0)
Save the rust belt -- and screw western Washington
The New York Times' Leslie Wayne looks at the renewed demand for Boein's 747 jet. Turns out that the expansion of trade has something to do with it:
[A] funny thing happened to the 747 on the way to the graveyard: it found a new tailwind, and a strong one at that.
posted by Dan on 12.07.06 at 08:51 AM
Speaking as I do for the rustbelt, yeah, that's fine.
Home foreclosures here setting a record four years running, so much for the Bush boom.
Actually, with all of the brains in this country, we should be able to find a way to make this transition without screwing anybody - but that ain't happening.
posted by: save_the_rustbelt on 12.07.06 at 08:51 AM [permalink]
STR- despite what the union stewards might tell you, nobody is obligated to not do a better job at something than anyone else.posted by: rosignol on 12.07.06 at 08:51 AM [permalink]
Post a Comment: