Samurai Senator Bob Corker from the Japanese car colony of TenaNissanasee helped carjack the bailout of the US auto industry to protect the low wages and no benefits of his state's wage slaves. Corker and other southern aristocrats saw their opportunity to bury the already ailing US union movement by opposing a rescue plan that allowed the unions to honor their legally negotiated contracts.
Often clad in the patriotic colors that camouflage scoundrels, the confederacy of the South shall rise again has emerged as the defenders of Asian manufacturing's exploitation of US workers. Colonel Viceroy Corker dressed in his rebel gray explained that American southern culture always had more in common with British aristocracy than New England and Northern revolutionary values. He went on to say that the hierarchical regimen of Japanese Samurai civilisation makes an old Confederate feel right at home.
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