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It’s a time for REAL change in this country… Change that matters (we’ve heard that before right? You can’t blame a guy for trying)
We need to step back and re-trench and come out stronger than ever.
We need to lead by EXAMPLE
Globalization and technology have changed the game and we need to use them to our advantage.
How many times have we all sat down at night to watch the news and seen things that have been caused by our inability to lead… they are countless. Leaders sitting around tables discussing REACTIVE issues rather than pro-active issues.
THE PRO-ACTIVE issues in this country are TWO and TWO ONLY all other things will fix themselves
(1) Manufacturing Jobs (JOBS)
Will solve revenue issues and a ton of social issues (including lack of education)
(2) Energy independence
Will help us lead by example (clean energy)
By concentrating on the above two issues we will create self-sufficiently and show the world we can lead by example. The best in brightest should be put to the task of
CLEAN MANUFACTURING—(example-3d printing should be taken to the next level)
Remember no matter what anyone else SAYS those TWO things will fix everything else
THINK ABOUT IT!
GO BLESS AMERICA! PATRIOTISM IS A WONDERFUL THING! MOVE FORWARD!
Washington makes 747,777,737 airplanes and lots of other metals items
but we don't rank
we needAmerican companys to comeback toAmerica. Not foreign coumpanys
I like the manufacturing in the Midwest. The factories are large fields of corn and soybeans and the only smokestacks are at the coal burning power plants. Don't think we produce much that isn't edible or actually useful.
Don't knock the cell phone people, that is one awesome invention. Sure beats the hand crank model we had in 1948. But then, we could call the grocery store and place an order--it was either delivered or ready to pick up when we got there.
we need to improve EDUCATION...just go look at any big city high school.......you can't make anything without the knowledge to do it.....you can't make new products/inventions without the knowledge....you can't stay healthy to make things without the knowledge........you can't develop clean energy without the knowledge...it's not the money it is purely politics.....we have billions for drones and cruise missiles but can't seem to find an extra dime for our schools
NO IT IS NOT THE UNIONS.....is 20-50K salary and 20K pension too much to pay a teacher? if you think it is then you are part of the political problem. Why should a college educated person who works for 30-35 years not receive a modest salary and pension?
It don't matter in Obamaville unless it's manufacturing replacement parts for the printing press that churns out Obama dollars and food stamps. mmm, mmm, mmm!
Well, living here in Texas, ever since those northern industrial states lost their plants and factories, they have been moving here. so many have moved here its hard to meet a native Texian any more.
forty years ago Exide a automotive battery maker built a battery recycling plant out in the middle of no-where. as more and more transplant came, and more and more illegals from mexico came, land developers seen the opportunity to buy up the land surrounding Exide. these transplants who believe these illegals are coming here to better their lives moved out of Dallas,TX. to those new homes near Exide to get away from these illegals. knowing they bought homes near Exide, they started saying its polluting, its causing me and my kids health problems. they all hired lawyers and started to sue, EPA puts more and more and more restrictions on the plant. with pending law suits, Exide closed the plant putting people out of work.
now can you understand why manufacturing jobs, plants and factories went over seas.
That is what America has, and always will make.
We take pride in the production of Americans.
From generation, to generation, Americans have always valued, more than anything else, Americans.
In fact, the production of Americans is expected to increase significantly over the next 100 years,
That makes Americans our #1 resource.
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