Crony Capitalism? Well at least they admit it is capitalism.
President Trump is not a crony of Carrier or its owner United Technologies.
The company was not a donor he has to pay back.
Federal taxpayers are not giving the company a dime. Tax breaks -- deductions -- merely mean the company keeps more of its revenue. I thought conservatives wanted taxes lowered to stimulate the economy.
Indiana's economic development people are kicking in some money. That may be state tax money or it may not be. Some states gave their economic development people an early grant, which they now live off as companies helped in the past pay back low-interest loans.
But Trump is not engaged in a shakedown -- as the Wall Street Journal said -- nor crony capitalism, as Bill Kristol and a host of other fools put it.
President Trump is engaged in saving the economy, which is still based on manufacturing, agriculture, and extraction (mining and drilling) -- and not media and government.
"Trump the Press" skewers media experts who wrongly predicted Trump would lose the Republican nomination. I use my deadliest weapon: their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.
For an autographed copy, email me at DonSurber@GMail.com