This is a great paper!! I agree with many of your editorials/letters.
Love your SUNBUNNYs also.
If I do say/write something politically incorrect-- its OK-
you don't have to print me!!
TRUMP TRUMPs PI. A vote for Trump is a vote for America.
So here it goes. How is it GM builds a Buick plant in China.
Shows Chinese how to build cars. Then imports these cars
Just to to eliminate good paying American UAW jobs.
TRUMP would not allow this. To hell with stock holders/ Wall Street Bean Counters.
It's the guy who makes the Beans that counts.
Anybody can count the Beans after they are made.i.e. Wall Street MBA's.
If GM likes China so much the CEO/COO all need to move there.
Same for Warren Buffet.Same for Phil Knight of NIKE. Same for
Bill Gates of Microsoft. Same for CEO of Apple.
All you people who buy this stuff from (and its not all your fault) China/Mexico
are all guilty of the demise of your own country/USA.
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