Sign My Petition – Bring Manufacturing Back To America – More Jobs, Less Lead Paint!

I am a logical, open-minded, liberal, progressive, radical, green, independent individual living in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, amongst apparently brainwashed conservative southern Baptist Republican zombies. I'm tired of the lies of the government and their media mouthpieces and their corporate masters. I'm tired of the cheating and the stealing and the killing. I'm ready for the future. But the only way we are going to fix things is to all band together and say NO MORE! We have to start punishing the rich white collar criminals as harshly as the poor black blue-collar criminals, if not more so. And I'm tired of cults (AKA religions). They are dangerous, divisive, and delusional. We should evolve past religions towards a global humanitarian ethics. We should move away from a new world order and get back to city states with local democracy, power, food, and water.

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2 comments on “Sign My Petition – Bring Manufacturing Back To America – More Jobs, Less Lead Paint!
  1. David says:

    I found this and liked it – But until the Gov’t stops incentivizing outsourceing it will not be an option to keep jobs here – in the company I work for $85,000 a head from the Gov’t to outsorce to Puerto Rico………
    It is time for the U.S. to rebuild its manufacturing excellence and competitive advantages. Middle class consumers around the world are happy to pay for good quality products like Swiss watches, English teapots, Belgium chocolates, German cars, French perfume, and Japanese robots. Neither China nor India is able to replicate these products to a comparable level. What are America’s best manufactured products that are globally recognized and nontransferable? Perhaps this is where we should start to bring work back, and make it stay.

  2. markbaland says:

    I think that companies wishing to outsource labor to other countries should be taxed or fined for doing so to the point where it is cheaper to keep the labor here. The reason that this isn’t happening, I assume, is that the companies that export labor pay government officials a lot more in lobbies and secret bribes than I can afford to.

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