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WATCH: Hudak blasts government on Chrysler
PC leader reacts to auto-makers decision to pull request for government funds
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With the Liberals accusing Tim Hudak of making a potential $700 million in government funding for Chrysler a political hot potato, causing the automaker to pull its request for cash, the PC leader is turning the tables on the government.

After calling the announcement good news for taxpayers and the province, Hudak came out swinging.

He says the Liberal government is willing to give away suitcases full of money to corporations without any promise of long-term jobs in the province.

Hudak says Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals are pushovers.

He says even when the province funds manufacturers, they still pack up and leave after a few years.

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With the Liberals accusing Tim Hudak of making a potential $700 million in government funding for Chrysler a political hot potato, causing the automaker to pull its request for cash, the PC leader is turning the tables on the government.

After calling the announcement good news for taxpayers and the province, Hudak came out swinging.

He says the Liberal government is willing to give away suitcases full of money to corporations without any promise of long-term jobs in the province.

Hudak says Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals are pushovers.

He says even when the province funds manufacturers, they still pack up and leave after a few years.

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