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Best Answer cobrien says
GREAT, SUCCINCT answer- you have expressed my thoughts exactly!
Tamara Wilhite says
You know, here is a novel idea! Buy American! Quit buying lower cost crap fro China and Other countries. Boycott companies that keep their money out of America!
You didn't read my comment
You didn't understand my comment.
You made a statement, you didn't comment on my comment.
And you didn't understand my statement on your comment. I don't feel like trying to explain it to you either. Re-read your last paragraph.
Context is gained by reading the entire comment.
BTW you can't buy American made products, even the American brands are made overseas.
I buy American all the time.
Name some of them. You can't even buy a US tourist trinket without it being made in China. None of the electronics are made in the US. At best you can't find more than 1% American Made.
I don't buy "trinkets. I buy only what I need, never junk made in foreign countries. I mostly buy groceries and my car is American made. I use American contractors and workers when I need a project done. Dell computers
What is your car, let us see where it is actually made. So you don't have any electronics, and you know for a fact that Dell manufactures your computer without any foreign parts.
Dell is also the co that shafted 10000s of employees.
I also NEVER shop at Walmart. Dells are made here in Austin, they may use some foreign parts because they have to. They cut employees because they automated. People need to learn new skills like robotics for jobs. Car/Detroit made. I'm not Leslie btw
Sadly, as it turns out Dell Computers has manufacturing plants all over ASiA., it has units in Japan, china, India, Singapore and others.
Mr. Dell did it to increase his profits. He thanks you for supporting him.
Damn. They have two manf. Plants here in Austin. THOSE BUMS. guess I'll find a new place to buy my computer then.
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