Aren`t these corporate "job makers" the exact same ones who put the US in the financial crisis it is in?
ALL of these corps. have forsaken their home country in search for maximum profit by producing and manufacturing in China in some form or another (this is only a partial list) Seriously, wake up! Who do you think is responsible for the lack of jobs? Is it THEM for moving or YOU for buying? AT&T Abercrombe & Fitch Abbott Laboratories Acer Electronics Ademco Security ADI Security AGI- American Gem Institute AIG Financial Agrilink Foods, Inc. (ProFac) Allergan Laboratories American Eagle Outfitters American Standard American Tourister Ames Tools Amphenol Corporation Amway Corporation Analog Devices, Inc. Apple Computer Armani Armour Meats Ashland Chemical Ashley Furniture Associated Grocers AudioVox AutoZone, Inc. Avon Banana Republic Bausch & Lomb, Inc. Baxter International Bed, Bath & Beyond Belkin Electronics Best Buy Best Foods Big 5 Sporting Goods Black & Decker Body Shop Borden Foods Briggs & Stratton Calrad Electric Campbell 's Soup Carole Cable Casio Instrument Caterpillar, Inc. CBC America CCTV Outlet Checker Auto CitiCorp Cisco Systems Chiquita Brands International Claire's Boutique Cobra Electronics Coby Electronics Coca Cola Foods Colgate-Palmolive Colorado Spectrum ConAgra Foods Cooper Tire Corning, Inc. Coleman Sporting Goods Compaq Crabtree & Evelyn Cracker Barrel Stores Craftsman Tools (see Sears) Cummins, Inc. Dannon Foods Dell Computer Del Monte Foods Dewalt Tools DHL Dial Corporation Diebold, Inc. Dillard's, Inc. Dodge-Phelps Dole Foods Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. Dow-Corning Eastman Kodak EchoStar Eclipse CCTV Edge Electronics Group Electric Vehicles USA, Inc. Eli Lilly Company Emerson Electric Enfamil Estee Lauder Eveready Family Dollar Stores FedEx Fisher Scientific Ford Motors Fossil Frito Lay Furniture Brands International GAP Stores Gateway Computer GE, General Electric General Foods International General Mills General Motors Gentek Gerber Foods Gillette Company Goodrich Company Goodyear Tire Gucci Guess? Haagen-Dazs Harley Davidson Hasbro Company Heinz Foods Hershey Foods Hitachi Hoffman-LaRoche Holt's Automotive Products Hormel Foods Home Depot Honda Motor Hoover Vacuum HP Computer Honeywell Hubbell Inc. Huggies Hunts-Wesson Foods ICON Office Solutions IBM Intel Corporation J.C. Penny's J.M. Smucker Company John Deere Johnson Control Johnson & Johnson Johnstone Supply JVC Electronics KB Home Keebler Foods Kenwood Audio KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken Kimberly Clark Knorr Foods K-Mart Kohler Kohl's Corporation Kraft Foods Kragen Auto Land's End Lexmark LG Electronics Lipton Foods L.L. Bean, Inc. Logitech Libby's Foods Linen & Things Lipo Chemicals, Inc. Lowe's Hardware Lucent Technologies Lufkin Mars Candy Martha Stewart Products Mattel McCormick Foods McDonald's McKesson Corporation Megellan GPS Memorex Merck & Company Michael's Stores Mitsubishi Electronics Mitsubishi Motors Mobile Oil Molex Motorola Motts Applesauce Multifoods Corporation Nabisco Foods National Semiconductor Nescafe Nestles Foods Nextar Nike Nivea Cosmetics Northrop Grumman Corporation NuSkin International Nutrilite (see Amway) Nvidia Corporation (G-Force) Office Depot Olin Corporation Old Navy Olympus Electronics Orion-Knight Electronics Pacific Sunwear, Inc. Pamper's Panasonic Pan Pacific Electronics Panvise Papa Johns Payless Shoesource Pelco Pentax Optics Pep Boy's Pepsico International PetsMart Petco Pfizer, Inc. Phillip Morris Companies Pier 1 Imports Pierre Cardin Pillsbury Company Pitney Bowes, Inc. Pizza Hut Plantronics PlaySchool Toys Polaris Industries Polaroid Polo (see Ralph Loren) Post Cereals Price-Pfister Pringles Praxair Proctor & Gamble PSS World Medical Pyle Audio Qualcomm Quest One Radio Shack Ralph Loren RCA Reebok International Reynolds Aluminum Revlon Rohm & Hass Company Samsonite Schwinn Bike Sears-Craftsman Seven-Eleven (7-11) Sherwin-Williams Shure Electronics Sony Speco Technologies/Pro Video Shopko Stores Skechers Footwear SmartHome Smucker's (see J.M. Smucker's) Solar Power, Inc. Spencer Gifts Stanley Tools Staple's Starbucks Corporation Steelcase, Inc. STP Oil Sunkist Growers SunMaid Raisins Sunglass Hut Sunkist Subway Sandwiches Switchcraft Electronics SYSCO Foods Sylvania Electric 3-M Tamron Optics Target Tektronix, Inc Texas Instruments Timex Timken Bearing TNT Tommy Hilfiger Tower Automotive Toy's R Us, Inc. Trader Joe's Tripp-lite True Value Hardware Tupper Ware Tyson Foods Uniden Electronics UPS Valspar Corporation Victoria 's Secret Vizio Electronics VTech Walgreen Company Walt Disney Company Walmart WD-40 Corporation Weller Electric Company Western Digital Westinghouse Electric Weyerhaeuser Company Whirlpool Corporat
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Answered By: Glass Cup - 9/27/2011
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It's partially our fault and mostly the UNIONS fault.
Answered By: Full Circle 33 - 9/27/2011
The fascist U.S government and it's corporations teach the us citizens to obey.
Answered By: Donovan ☭ - 9/27/2011
Unions make it too expensive to have plants in America. And when you try to move from a union state to a non-union state, they take you to court. So you finally just say "I'll build in Mexico. Have a nice day."
Answered By: Philip McCrevice - 9/27/2011
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