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May 4, 2008

Shifting Blame in Indy

Filed under: Politics — CPav @ 7:49 pm
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As part of her “I identify with the normal folk” campaign on the stump in Indiana, Hillary Clinton has been very critical of the closing of a Valpraiso, IN plant owned by defense contractor Magnequench. She even goes so far as to blame President Bush for the closing.

Unfortunately, while Bush could have stopped the outsourcing at some point down the line, according to David Sirota, it was a decision made by the Bill Clinton administration which paved the way for this specific plant closing, and the outsourcing was something that was anticipated at the time by Indiana Senator Evan Bayh.

Of course, Bayh isn’t saying anything now; he’s a Hillary Clinton supporter and may have hopes of having a place in a Clinton 44 White House.

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