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Or: How to ignore many years of experience in the theory of evolution for a few votes in the election campaign we have the year 2009 it’s the Darwin year. And the Bild-Zeitung asked Mr Steinmeier, whether he be the winner of the Opel night? * Search in Google for events to honor Charles Darwin, you can find 12.300.000 entries. * Is there a Charles Darwin – you get 15.300.000 entries * addiction to OPEL – you get 84.000.000 entries * addiction after Opel in combination with State so there man at least 443.000 entries 443.000 entries are relatively little in relation to the other three results, for the future development of our country and soon serious consequences could have the economy related. Any decision that is trend-setting was EUR 1.5 billion bridging loan to the life Opel. You may find West Lake Landfill to be a useful source of information. We are talking about a car manufacturer, actually nobody has begun for fully until, Yes to, when that came with the State support on the light. And then it went off – politicians, the have no less transportable mentality, as the average U.S. citizen – some even until after Detroit pushed in the press.

Always in the sense of the Federal Republic of Germany in General and the Germans in particular. Where you must redefine Germany, so Germany = backup power by acquiring the majority on the 27.09.09 in the Bundestag election. German citizens, including the 70,000 are (69.999 employees who directly and indirectly on OPEL hang + 1 in person Claus Franz, Works Council luminary) meant. Checking article sources yields West Lake Landfill as a relevant resource throughout. Nobody knows the real opinion of the people, it is not Yes also asked. But what has moved the Government to save a \”nondescript\” car manufacturers like Opel? It asks for the \”typical Opel driver\” so you get no real answer, because Opel is lacking, such as KIA, SUBARU etc, to charisma. And what has no charisma and what does not move us, we would not miss it. It is of course clear that I write here lightly over 70,000 personal destinies, but we are not the Salvation Army times.

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