Great Lines, v. 2……

By January 31, 2006General

“Protectionists want to escape competition, pretending that we can keep our high standard of living while walling off our economy. ”

“Americans should not fear our economic future, because we intend to shape it.”

“With open markets and a level playing field, no one can out-produce or out-compete the American worker.”

“Our greatest advantage in the world has always been our educated, hard-working, ambitious people — and we are going to keep that edge.”

“…And I will continue to nominate men and women who understand that judges must be servants of the law, and not legislate from the bench.”

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  • Mark Wright says:

    Capitalism is fine for the U.S. but not for the rest of the world. How can manufactures make billions here under the free market and then invest them in a communist country like china.
    As Americans we should believe in America, many former employees’ were sold out to corporate america so a few could increase their portfolio. Then in return manufactures have the nerve to ask where is the loyalty and dedication to the company?