If we ever want to have more manufacturing in America like back before American got so greedy and stupid then change must be on the agenda. Change can make everything better. Change is the medicine the sick businessmen of this country and many countries need. American wages and prices need to be fine tuned. The American wages and the American retail prices must come down and adjust in order for America to ever be the manufacturing country it once was.

If nothing changes, future travelers will some day come through what once was America. In a small town that once had factories is completely abandon. The travelers walk through a house that has three skeletons sitting at the dinner table. A man says, "what do you think killed them captain?" The captain answers, "they starved to death because there was not work, and this was because of the absolute greed and stupidity of the rich businessmen buying cheaper made products from foreign countries, that's what."

Stan

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