Per Wall Street Journal – GE Capital shutting down credit lines to gun shops.#tcot
— Robert Simonson (@bobs55) April 24, 2013
Unbelievable, yet totally believable, of course. Forward!
The Wall Street Journal reported today that GE Capital is cutting off lending to gun shops and is “rethinking its relationship to firearms after Newtown.”
Breaking: GE Capital is cutting off lending to gun shops, rethinking its relationship to firearms after Newtown on.wsj.com/YRgtnx
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 24, 2013
Stomping on business growth while stomping on the Second Amendment? We smell an Obama administration “Czar” position!
Twitter users are angry.
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) April 24, 2013
— Rschrim (@Rschrim) April 24, 2013
WSJ: GE Capital cuts off lending to gun shops. This is what happens when the federal government meddles with the financial industry.
— Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) April 24, 2013
— The Tomahawk (@i1776) April 24, 2013
— Paul Delaney (@gipperguy) April 24, 2013
— Curtis Hebert (@CurtisHebert) April 24, 2013
— James T (@Audioear) April 24, 2013
@theblaze So the story is if you own a gun don’t do business with GE Capital.
— Elaine Larson (@LarsonElaineM) April 24, 2013
Do not do business with GE…this is just another reason…theblaze.com/stories/2013/0…
— BUCKEYEinstein (@BUCKEYEinstein) April 24, 2013
— Zan (@ZanP) April 24, 2013
— KafirRob (@robfit) April 24, 2013
— City Girl (@ConservCityGirl) April 24, 2013
But will good old American enterprise come to the rescue?
— PattiO (@soylentbeige) April 24, 2013
So, GE Capital would like to harm gun shop businesses by keeping capital out of their hands. Do they think guns would magically disappear then? Or would they just prefer them to be sold in back alleys?
And an exit question:
GECapital Cuts Off Lending to Gun Shops>But they still contribute to democrats who are destroying America?
— Old Mac (@SPADOC) April 24, 2013