Anyone still debating whether or not the bailout was worth it is "crazy," said Kenny Akinwale, owner of The Detroit Seafood Market, a restaurant downtown. Business at the restaurant was really slow until the end of 2010, when lunch time traffic started picking up. By the end of 2011, Akinwale had doubled sales compared with 2010."You can clearly see all of the company executives who come in here," he said, referring to executives from General Motors, Quicken Loans, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Detroit's energy provider DTE who are back spending money. "You can see a shift in the city."TPJ: In addition, according to a MSN article by Jeff Reeves, GM has just posted it's largest profit EVER!! I wish all those who said that the government loans to the auto industry is "socialism" would apologize to the hard working, blue collar employees of GM and Chrysler. Leading that apology tour should be Willard Mitt Romney. Romney claims to be from Michigan, but what true Michigander would slam the door on the auto workers of the mid-west? No, Romney is no Michigander, he's an opportunist who will smile one minute and throw you under the bus the next minute, if it suits his callous greed. Michigan, we all know that you have too much common sense to vote for a fraud like Romney.
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