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-- Tom it's going to partisan group a bipartisan.
Group of lawmakers is demanding a deeper investigation into the Delphi pension controversy.
This -- the leaked emails show the Treasury Department was a driving force -- -- beyond ending pensions for non union workers.
My next guest is part about bipartisan push Republican congressman Mike Kelly.
-- it in brief seems to me like.
That they'd beat up on Delphi.
Delphi management that is to make the bailout chief and to favor the union.
-- 20000 management people got off to a total more of that pensions -- -- I got the facts right that.
Don't know and you do but the thing comes down to and we talk about union jobs are nonunion job for talking about Americans we're talking about American jobs I think that's the thing is probably most offensive.
To all of us and -- both sides of the out.
-- took place and then I set and several hearings and on the July 10 hearing was the one was probably the most revealing.
But the evening inspector general we've been asking for thousands of pages from treasury and from the tests were -- task force and from the PG PBGC.
To find out where they treated fairly and I do know from -- across mr.
bloom Ron bloom who was on that auto task force.
He categorically solicit it doesn't.
Have to be equal we determine what's fairest way what way would you say that again because in this country we really do believe fair and equal treatment under the law.
So you just said clearly defined.
You're just a definition of fair does not mean equal so the union could be made whole the union workers we made -- but those nonunion counterparts -- -- people work in the same place.
They were not until they lost 70%.
Of their pension 70% of this is taxpayer money that was used to build up -- use taxpayer money what use is fair in equally right across support.
You've got them done you've got a bipartisan approach on this and that's interesting because there's -- many other issues on which there is a bipartisan approach yeah.
Does that the fact that -- -- part is that does that mean you could perhaps.
Make these 20000 management people holes.
Well I I think it's it's our duty right now the American people have the right to know we have responsibility to find out for them.
Again when you go before they don't have the committees and -- Stonewall you -- won't give any information and they keep putting a whopper like you've seen what is the election that important that we can't be honest with our American people.
The hardworking American taxpayer dollars the one and this bail out.
If you're gonna treat everybody the same to make it fair and people don't -- 12 one group of workers won't weigh in another group the other way.
We truly are America's that they -- that they were all Americans I want America to win I want every American to win in every American under the law.
-- between fair and equal and that's an issue right here this is an administration that seems to pick.
Winners and losers in the service what's fair that's not right congressman Mike Kelly Republican Pennsylvania thanks for joining us so we appreciate it.
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