How do conservatives feel about the fact that the manufacturing sector has shown significant gains in the past?

year, and much of that has been as a result of a massive consumer backlash against multi-national corporations that have out-sourced jobs. Those American manufacturing companies that remain (and many of them are still Union) are the best of the best, and companies like Target and Wal-Mart that destroy US jobs by importing everything from China are struggling to achieve sales growth that keeps pace with the rate of inflation.

Asked By: Bull In The China Shop - 3/9/2011
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One of the true mysteries in America today is how conservatives can support a political party that is allowing large scale outsourcing of jobs overseas and wholesale relocation of industries to Mexico and offshore. These are jobs conservatives can no longer get. It is almost a kind of insanity.
Answered By: Michael da Man - 3/9/2011
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and I can buy and American made I pod or tv where?
Answered By: rightwing radical 1 - 3/9/2011
There is a natural bounce back from any contraction. Our bounce back has been remarkably weak, and obama's attitude, ideology, and policies are the reason. If you want to see a booming economy, this is not it. Try Asia.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 3/9/2011
You mean like Ford the one company that didn't take the Obama bail outs?
Answered By: docker - 3/9/2011
Really and your source. If true it would be nice. I have not noticed anything but layoffs where I live.
Answered By: Arizona Its All Good - 3/9/2011
Your conclusion isn't a logical extension of the facts... More
Answered By: Socky - 3/9/2011
Oh really? then why has unemployment risen even more in my state in the past year? Where in the world did you get your stats? Oh, I see you have no link or reference.
Answered By: Mathmajor Pi - 3/9/2011
Unions are down, lets hope we get tax breaks for companies. Conservative dont have a problem with private unions as long as they are no milking the company dry
Answered By: John W - 3/9/2011
w***************e? Flint? In my part of the nation the companies hiring and keeping jobs in the US are mostly NON union shops. You know why? because the union will not prevent jobs from going overseas if it means it will be good for their money bins. You see today's unions are not about the people as much as they are... More
Answered By: julvrug - 3/9/2011
Feels Great down South , ain`t no "outsourcing" here !!! Foreign auot plants in the Great Southern States ~ [ BMW / Greer , South Carolina / opened in 1994 / Produces the BMW X5 & X6 / Capacity 150,000 a year / 5,000 Non-Union employees ]*******[ Honda / Lincoln , Alabama / opened 2001 / Produces Accord ~ Odyssey... More
Answered By: cshs1960 - 3/9/2011
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