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Goverment Motors

Goverment Motors
 n.— «Now, “we the people” are on the hook and are the official owners of over 60% of General Motors. Or as it is called today; “Government Motors.”» —“The GM Bankruptcy: Only The Tip Of A Very Large Problem” by Gary Auter American Chronicle June 1, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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