This is but one more reason not to subsidize Intel. It looks like Intel is still falling and has to come up with a new survival plan to the one they currently have. Do any of the readers have any thoughts on how Intel can achieve its past glories, or have they fallen to far behind? Is there any viable way Intel can stay a force in the industry, even with government help? Does Intel have a viable survival plan for the competition is definitely gaining speed? Is Gelsinger the right man to do a turnaround or is there someone better? Any thoughts on what would be the best use of the government's money to advance semi-manufacturing in the US? tWill the TSM and Samsung fabs in the US put US in the position we need to be in?