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-- -- a great thanks very much indeed.
We've got rich Edson he's standing by on Capitol Hill he's got a story about this car -- -- -- contract.
Rich before we get to that he was standing right -- on Capitol Hill.
Have you had any senator congressman saying anything about oil spiking as it has today anything that.
Well not today but everyday we get press releases about what the Democrats are trying to push -- what the Republicans are trying to push they're both very different and you're probably not going to see much.
In the way of action on either side of this because they both have -- very different theories about what to do one this.
OK let me get back to the subject at hand it -- -- that tanker contract it may have played a role in yesterday's.
If it may have played some kind of a role -- I want to know about Northrup Grumman is that 35 billion dollar contract for the tank in conjunction with the European company being investigated.
Boeing that may come out of this is not possible with what's the situation from where -- saying it.
Well the best thing here for a -- standpoint is you have senator Patty Murray she's from Washington she comes out.
Saying -- basically yesterday's firings prove that the Air Force's procurement process was flawed and antitrust related back to this tanker rewards story.
All but there are lots of folks especially DOD in the air force and say that look this is a separate issue was an issue about -- -- Nuclear warheads so it was much different.
But you know when you when you look at this week actually yeah last hour Stewart we looked.
Into Boeing workers and Boeing workers who would have built -- on the 767 -- a forty billion dollar contract.
And those workers were very candid and very emotion about losing that deal but there's another side to this looking down at mobile -- about Alabama we spoke to some workers there.
Who are very excited about when the airplane business take a look.
These students are learning the airplane business always want to give him in his career -- easier.
-- -- used to work construction the father of four says he will nearly double -- pay with a job -- aircraft construction.
When -- students tossed their caps in the year they will most likely have that feeling of relief only brought by a job -- waiting.
The direct conflict this is what those companies want and what they need.
To be certified and build the aircraft that they're gonna build the -- -- force.
What happens -- -- assembly facility come here and then the suppliers that supported at all -- they just kind of gravitate.
It's a magnetic effect Northrop.
Grumman and EADS state air tanker facilities will bring 2000 jobs to mobile initially and 48000 nationwide.
Local officials say they expect more to follow if you're in the aviation industry and you bill seeks to go on an airplane who you -- -- close to.
The -- that's -- design and then.
Interior that airplane.
And they're gonna be here it's given the United States a second major.
Aerospace Centre of excellence a stroke of good fortune for these youth.
-- Stewart the jobs numbers here on this one has become a fight almost between how many folks we're gonna hire here 48000 that's -- Northrop Grumman and DA TSA they're going to -- nationwide.
Because of that project Boeing said 44000 jobs will be secure but again.
This contract doesn't exactly say that these companies are bound to hire that many American workers to build these tankers that do you -- -- -- thank you very much indeed.
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