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From: Moi (h75.180.72.24.cable.angl.cablerocket.net)
Subject:         Americans compete by being more clever..
Date: August 20, 2007 at 12:47 pm PST

In Reply to: posted by Bart on August 20, 2007 at 9:45 am:

Guess dimocraps are destined not to compete ever. Americans can be more clever, more productive, more inventive, and easier to get along with. Guess that leaves Barf out. Cheap chinese imports keep the cost of living down. American companies use chinese producers to stay alive. I have on these boards complained about apparent triangulation, where american-devised products are manufactured in China, sold in Mexico, and imported as NAFTA products here. That is beyond the pale.
I shop wal-mart sometimes. There are a lot of people there buying chinese products, as sometimes they are the only products there. STOP doing that, and refuse to buy chinese products, like lead-painted toys for infants and tainted pet foods. American consumers are making the problem worse.

As for Mexicans, Barfy-Poo has no idea what my opinions are, and he is not prepared to understand my opinions. Let it solely be said that I have nothing against Latins, and have married in my life two Latin ladies. I do DETEST illegals who refuse to abide by our national laws. I have lived abroad for a total of 15 years, and understand what respect for my host country meant.
Barf presents himself as an all-knowing individual. Barf is a pretender, and only macks real knowledge. He is an empty pot.

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