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Missouri Congressman meets with Boeing CEO while state senate debates

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(KTVI) – While the state senate debated the Boeing package, Missouri congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer met with Boeing’s CEO.

He says James McNErney praised the state’s trained workforce and likes our central location for building planes.

According to the Belleville News-Democrat, McNerney says, there was no single thing that’s most important in picking a location for the new 777-X assembly plant.

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  • ByeByeToTheRite

    Well, he’s just doing his job – the role of government in America today is to aid, support and defend the wealthy and the big corporations they own. His job specifically today is to represent the CEOs of the nation’s largest corporations, and make sure that no best interests of the working class interfere with their ability to rake more millions every year on the backs of the working man and woman. P.S. Oh, I can tell you the one thing that IS most important: How large of a welfare check we will hand them so he can make even more millions in bonuses.

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