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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, April 12, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

In an attempt to stay within the bounds of polite conversation, I submit that General Motors CEO Mary Barra's congressional “testimony” might be described as GM Kool-Aid, especially regarding her comments on “the old GM” compared to “the new GM.”

In any event, for those inclined to believe the lady's “testimony,” and I have no idea as to how many people might be so inclined, I have a couple of lovely old bridges for sale.

Alan Schultz

McCandless

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