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How to keep Mexicans in Mexico!!!

If mohammed won't go to the mountain, the cheapskate Yank companies will take the mountain to mohammed!!!!






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Ross Perot warned us but we didn't listen.
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Simple,,, if it has made in Mexico just do not purchase it
but ???? do we but there dope,, or products made by honest Mexican workers
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correction,, not but there dope--- buy there dope
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Correction: Buy their dope, from the Mexican drug cartel... This is in fact a great opportunity to relocate in beautiful Mexico!
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Mexican dope is pretty crappy by all accounts.
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don't be buying any of these rides...shame any one who has one...Harley wiring harness' are made in Mexico btw...lol

Which Cars Are Made In Mexico? » AutoGuide.com News

more things not to buy any more...

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/10-ame...133000946.html

and if you really really want to boycott mexican stuff...

Products made in Mexico | ProductFrom.com

start cleaning out the closets and the house...shame any friends who don't...

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Mexican dope is pretty crappy by all accounts.
as soon as I learned to grow in a closet I quit mexican dope..lol...

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If it's not made in Mexico, it's made in China.
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If it's not made in Mexico, it's made in China.
I've bought several American cars built in Canada. Odd, no one posted about that

I'll bet the people outraged by this loss of jobs are the same people who vote for Republican representatives. For more info, google PT Barnum...
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Many American companies are moving to Mexico... Some Japanese cars made in Canada including the world's best selling Corolla will soon be made in Mexico instead.
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Many American companies are moving to Mexico... Some Japanese cars made in Canada including the world's best selling Corolla will soon be made in Mexico instead.
Yeah, and the corporate headquarters are "moving" to the Carribean, Switzerland et al, where they have to pay little if any tax.

This is all the "conservative" agenda. Break labor coalitions so they can exploit labor and starve gov't for capital and the country for jobs until they let the robber barons back tax exempt.

While Trump plays an ignorant hick to appeal to that audience, you can bet he's not nearly as stupid as he pretends. Break out the popcorn, the next for years should be nothing if not entertaining...
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Corporations are looking out for the best interest of corporations, not of the U.S. Congress has given incentives for corporations to move their operations overseas. Levi's are now made in Mexico.
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Corporations are looking out for the best interest of corporations, not of the U.S. Congress has given incentives for corporations to move their operations overseas. Levi's are now made in Mexico.
Let's be clear. It's not Congress in general, but the policies of conservatives therein. The Dems supporting them evil labor unions ain't the ones drafting these laws...
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If Americans were willing to accept the wage the corporations are paying the Mexicans the jobs wouldn't move. It is the liberals and unions that made it advantageous for the corporations to move.
If you don't like what you are getting paid in a particular job, learn more skills and make yourself more valuable to an employer.
Instead, you want to whine about your circumstances and think you should get paid as much as someone with unique skills.
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BS. You can't compete with the coolie wages being paid overseas and maintain our current standard of living. Now professional jobs are being exported. Soon everyone will be flipping burgers and shining shoes. China and Japan are smart enough to severely limit imports to protect their economies.
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If Americans were willing to accept the wage the corporations are paying the Mexicans the jobs wouldn't move. It is the liberals and unions that made it advantageous for the corporations to move.
If you don't like what you are getting paid in a particular job, learn more skills and make yourself more valuable to an employer.
Instead, you want to whine about your circumstances and think you sould get paid as much as someone with unique skills.


That $15 minimum wage, higher business taxes and more EPA regulation should keep those jobs in the U.S.
NOT !!

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The average Mexican makes $15-$20/day.
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Maybe the assembly line workers should move to Mexico since they have a lower cost of living.
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Unlike the U.S., Mexico does not allow foreign workers. Some stuff is much more expensive in Mexico . . . like motorcycles.
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