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GM's finances temporarily propped up by Japanese woes

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Liberal journalists have hyped the recovery of General Motors in the aftermath of its massive $50 billion taxpayer bailout, as the Washington Examiner's Mark Tapscott notes.  But General Motors’s profitability may not last, as its own shareholders seem to recognize. As Mickey Kaus noted at Daily Caller, “Sales and prices are up recently in part only because competing Japanese car suppliers have...

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