Who needs a Republican to be critical of President Obama’s economic policies when you’ve got Libertarian National Committee Chairman William Redpath working the political assembly line?
Mr. Redpath, like others in Washington, is outraged in the wake of this week’s bankruptcy filing by General Motors — a filing that took place only after the oncemighty auto giant received $20 billion in taxpayers’ money, with another transfer of $30 billion waiting in the wings.
As the Libertarian charged: “President Obama has accomplished at least one thing with GM’s bankruptcy: a transfer of tremendous wealth from GM’s lenders and U.S. taxpayers to the United Auto Workers union that supported his election.” ian shirt, his hair worn none-tooshort.
To my surprise, it was Rep. John M. McHugh, now a nineterm New York Republican and ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee, who was nominated by President Obama last week to become secretary of the Army. practiced by her late grandmother, former Post Chairman Katharine Graham.