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It Is A Matter Of National Survival: 55 Reasons Why You Should Buy Products That Are Made In America This Holiday Season

 
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11/20/2012 01:30 PM

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Re: It Is A Matter Of National Survival: 55 Reasons Why You Should Buy Products That Are Made In America This Holiday Season
It's getting harder to buy American. Aisian companies make it harder to tell the difference with their "assembled in America" labels. I try to buy American whenever I can. I would rather support American families than communist Chinese families. Buying American takes a little more thought, but yields a better product. Aisian crap is designed to fall apart so you can buy more. If you look for the made in America label, in the long run you will save money.

On the other hand, I try to avoid union made products. The unions would be more a home in a socialist country like France. They openly support the progressive causes.
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11/20/2012 02:00 PM
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Most often you can't find goods that are made in America.
You can't trust the label or can't determine that the Made in America is owned by a foreign country? My old Chrysler was made in Canada with parts that were made in Mexico. Even Enterman's baked goods (and possibly Hostess in the near future) is owned by Bimbo - a Mexican company. How many "American" Beer and Spirits companies are now owned by Mexican companies???

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It's over, as far as the, "U.S.A.," goes.

In the, "big plan," the U.S. is at the top of the hit list to bring down, gut, so The New Thing can, "be."

There are others further (some much) down that list.
Eventually they too will be gotten to.

For those who have the means, it is possible to relocate and hedge a bet that they will have x amount of years before where they have re-positioned themselves, "goes."

It really is this way for thinking individuals.
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A chess game, really. Or perhaps a real game of Risk?

Try to stay at least one step ahead of the NWO when you can.

Mobility is your ally. It's time to re-think the "I'ma gonna settle down" mentality, and the "I'm gonna stand my ground - just let'em come" mentality. Those are old world concepts that have no place in this "brave new world" not of our choosing.

"Just who was that Galt fella anyway?"lol
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You are joking correct? Nothing is made in usa anymore.only assembled. Your american cars have to be 30% made in USA to get a stamp of made in USA.this country has been fucked long ago. Thanks unions!
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I disassembled my Dell laptop to do some repairs on it, and lo & behold-

little made in China stickers everywhere inside, lol

"Made in the U.S.A." is such a joke nowadays.

Here's one of the main culprit policies in question, from as far back as 1992, 20 years ago:


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