Jun 7, 2013

Oh No! Foreign Ownership of Our Militarily Sensitive Pork Industry!

Ed Gamble, 6/6/13:
When foreign interests buy large American buildings -- as, for example, when the Japanese bought up huge swaths of Manhattan in the mid-80s, leading to gasps and garment-rending from Gamble's spiritual predecessors -- they immediately pack up those buildings and take them back to their homelands.

They certainly don't pump money into the US by that purchase and find themselves with a serious interest in the health of at least the micro-economy around their buildings. No, sir, that's the last thing they do.

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