An Associated Press report that General MOtors may begin to export vehicles from China starting in 2011 has Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, furious, particularly because the company has accepted U.S. taxpayer dollars in an effort to stay afloat.

“What’s good for GM is no longer good for America,” Brown said in a statement Thursday, May 14. “This idea is a slap in the face to American auto workers and American taxpayers. If officials at General Motors think that U.S. taxpayers will finance cars made in China while American plants are closing, they’re either tone deaf or short-sighted.

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