De facto President Obama insists on making the “sequester” hurt as much as possible. Or so he thinks. But one executive, in an industry that takes many government subsidies, doesn’t want any more. In fact, he says the government should get out of the subsidy business. That, he says, would force his industry to concentrate on fundamentals, not on playing political games.
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