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Mar 16, 2011


Charlie Quimby

The spokespeople for the party of business never fail to amuse with their ignorance of actual business. Anyone who's ever been around corporate decisions to close a plant or relocate manufacturing knows this decision process started long ago and has nothing to do with Scott Walker's "immediate incentives."

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