So Boeing will get a limited modified rebid of the troubled air tanker contract. And what will the bully company do when it loses the rebid because its plane still isn’t good enough and isn’t ready? How many threats will it throw around then? How loudly will it whine? How many more whoring congressmen will Boeing work like marionettes to spout the company’s party line?
In all my years following the federal government, I have never, ever, EVER seen treatment of a major government contract bid as underhanded, as scurrilous, as brazenly bullying, and as nasty as the campaign Boeing has conducted sinced losing the tanker contract. Poetic justice would be for this new limited rebid to end as the first bid did, with Boeing’s chances up in smoke.
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