10 companies making more in the USA
Forget the doomsayers; US manufacturing is bouncing back. Here's a look at 10 companies, from giant GE to a small candle-maker, expanding in the US and even bringing jobs back from overseas.
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I came to this country 20+years ago with very poor vocabulary of 3 words. My first job here was as a dishwasher. Well I did not expect more because of my lack of comunication skils. Now, when I can understand, speak and even joke in english and laugh from jokes I can ask for any job my heart desires. Well, I will never ask for job in customer service because of my accent. I do, get upset when Sprint, Comcast, Capital One and other big company's customer service is lokated overseas. Man, it is wrong. Our children here in America could do this jobs straight from their bedrooms. Earn money and than spend it here. Regardless of politics, regulations and corporate conveniance and greed we all have to work to make this country the way it was before. First step is to stop buying chinise crop. Other countries maybe hate us (they will always do) but they should respect us. The only way to make it happen is to make ourselfs strong and united....and it would not matter then if they hate us because we would be independent and rich not only money rich ....We would be proud to be Americans like never before.
Why is it that everybody talks about how bad it is that most of the companies in the US have left to china and that all of the jobs have been taken by people in those countries, it is very easy to blame everyone else but no one is willing to accept the true facts that it is our own government that has sold us out and all of the greedy people at Wall street that made deals with our government to do this. All of this will be changed until we the people decide to speak up and do the required changes in Washington by our votes and by forming groups of qualified citizens that are backed by the power of the people of this country to investigate and ensure that every one of those elected congress man and women that go around changing the law for their own benefit are immediately stopped and fired, “remember they work for us”, we are their employer and we have the power to change that.
Consumers are the problem. You can blame unions, NAFTA, the Government or whatever you want, but in the end it comes down to you and I. We make the decision to buy something that's made overseas. We need to take personal responsibility and demand it as consumers. By refusing to buy something that's made overseas, we instantly send a message to retailers and companies that what they're doing is unacceptable. If their product doesn't sell in stores, retailers won't order from them and companies will be scrambling to fix the problem or they will go under.
Think about the benefits of buying stuff that's made in the US and the boost it will give to the economy. By buying something made in the US, the money that you're spending is staying in the country and instantly boosting the economy. Buying things that are made here creates jobs and when more people are working, more people are earning money and more people have money to spend. When you're buying something that's made overseas, the only people making money in the US are the handfull of people that work in the offices (executives, engineers, etc.) - not nearly as many people as would work in a factory.
MADE IN USA = HIGH QUALITY + CHEAPER + JOBS + MONEY = BETTER ECONOMY + BETTER LIFE.
MADE IN CHINA = LOW QUALITY + EXPEN$IVE + NO JOBS FOR US = BAD ECONOMY
The ONLY favored nation should be The USA. Businesses that outsource are NOT really American, they are TRAITORS, and should be charged huge tarriffs so it will not be profitable to import or outsouce.
Buy American whenever possible. If you can't find American product, make it yourself or buy it second hand.
The ONLY way to stop the traitors is to make sure they can't profit from their anti-American ways.
If retailers would put a small American flag decal in the product package or a decal on the package I would buy this product much more quickly. You would even be giving decal makers a job provided they did not out source the decals to China! Buy the flag! Simple if it is made in America with an Amercian flag decal I will buy it! Buy the flag! This could take off like wildfire if people want to make a difference make. Buy the flag! Come on you fellow jarheads buy the flag.......... Orraahh
I'm glad to see "Made in America" making some headway. I work for a small family owned Mfg. Company, and what we pride ourselves on is the "Made in America" we have on all our products and catalogs.
People want the economy to grow. People want jobs to come back from overseas. The only way to do that is to BUY AMERICAN.
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