by Jay Jones
January 27, 2005
And tell me Mr. Wright, when a government funded non-profit "competes" with a private company, who do you think will win? And are there any strings attached to government "subsidies"? If there are, doesn't that fall under the definition of "government control of industry"? And isn't that an element of 1940 Italian fascism?
And what happens if the government gives money to an entity without any strings attached? Who is the Shipyard a success story for? The electrical rate payers and taxpayers are "subsidizing" it, but does anybody know what the owners, board of directors or management's wages are? Not to mention hammer rentals. This should all be public information if our money is involved.
Just what are the facts Mr. Wright? Maybe they are just to ridiculous to respond to.
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