>>717584197 Fuck ford how about paying that virtually free bailout back faggots? How about taking a 15 year loan where the interest rate is actually higher than the rate of inflation you faggot ass company
This would have happened regardless. The taxes are not and have not ever been the problem. The public eye was brought to large companies by criticisms from both Trump and Bernie are what scare companies like this. The problem is trump trades tax breaks for companies to stay. The American consumer is as much the problem as the companies. Blind Cheap consumerism is what leads to companies moving. If you don't like companies leaving, then don't buy from them.
>>717585266 Well taxes are a problem for them, in a sense. Whether they are justified or not, taxes, regulations, and minimum wage laws are what drives companies out of western countries. If we raised corporate taxes higher, then it makes it harder for them to stay here, plain and simple. Again, that is not to say that they should have no taxes, only that it is indeed a factor.
>>717584798 >the Mexicans immigrating to the United States are not qualified for factory labor >they lack the education and skill needed >that's why every Mexican on a job site is a ceiling hanger, painter, or sheet rocker >the plant cancelation could possibly save the state of Michigan from becoming a deserted wasteland >Mexican nationals will keep their greedy blood stained hands off of American money
>>717586393 If they build a new plant in Michigan, it will keep the building trades busy for a whopping year. Then you'll put a couple hundred more to work making the cars. Whoop-de-fucking-do. Too little too late. You can't bring back manufacturing jobs that don't exist due to automation,
>>717586530 Automation has nothing to do with it. There are still operators, safety crews, janitors, sales reps, receptionists, administrators, floor workers, dock workers, quality control inspectors, plant engineers, cafeteria staff, security... have you ever been to a factory not run by Willy Wonka?
>>717586870 I've been involved with building these plants. When one came to town, it used to mean thousands of jobs. Now, it means hundreds. They get massive tax breaks to build in specific areas under the expectation that they'll put the city to work. Instead, they put a few to work and rake in the cash.
A lot of plants aren't even running shifts right now, because with wages so suppressed and interest rates inflating, people aren't buying new vehicles to keep up with current production. Even a low end new car costs more than an average years wage.
>>717588096 you are right. But the manner in which consumers treat companies who leave the states is also largely a problem. Taxes of course may cause a company to leave, but why would accompany leave for a country with lower taxes if they knew that they would be losing customers?
>>717588314 Because when they started moving production outside the country under NAFTA, it was being heralded as the new dawn of international trade. It didn't become a massive deal until people realized that we were getting the shaft a decade or so later.
>>717584197 So basically, Trump bought some stock in Ford and expects a big return on his investment. It's good for Trump, but not really for YOU. His sole goal in doing anything is to make money for himself and his family, his now Jewish family. >Trump's 3 grandkids are born Jews
>>717589042 >Why would I be upset? Trump is exposing how leftist economic policies are popular even among the republican base. This is a considerable victory for leftism. you have way more self-awareness than most people on your side, why is this? Genuinely curious why your attitude isn't more common.
>>717588982 It's the "instant gratification" mentality of our country. I agree, it's harder to think critically and do actually research than it is to glue yourself to the tv. But people do know how the media is, trust is at an all time low for news media networks, yet people still watch. So it's not simply the media lies or portrays things in certain lights.
I'm a socialist with heavy Communist leanings. I voted for Hillary Clinton and I love this. Not even Sanders could have centralized so much power to control corrupt capitolists. Big governement will save us from ourselves. If he institutes libel laws and controls all media in the country American will be great like China like Russia used to be. After he manhandled capitolists he striped the power from our representatives. Not even president and forcing the hand of our corrupt senate and house. Donald Trump is the best thing to happen to Democrats in decades. He gives the president the power they need to control our country and if he fucks up Republicans get blamed. Democrats still get to keep all that big government power.
>>717589240 No, it's the fact that an estimated 50-70% of the news stories spread on social media this last year were flat out fake. The consumer has become the creator of the shit narratives. Modern media has just been the repeater.
>>717589385 >Trump was saying that the Dems heavily manipulate stats to make their destructive policies seem to be beneficial. And is this also the reason he ran under the Democratic Party WHILE saying this? >being this delusional AAAAAAHHHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAA
>>717589042 Trump could say "Look I'm dangerously unqualified I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing I just ran for president because I was bored I want to go back to my penthouse" and everyone on here who would just sing his praises anyway and kind of dumb to attack him at this point
>>717589934 Trump now seems to control the House and capitolists. Yeah he has accomplished more than anyone could have dreamed of with a Sanders or a Clinton. My stocks are going nuts I could literally just buy and sell based on his tweets. Emperor Donald Trump. I love this shit.
>>717584197 >Need ~150,000 jobs added per month just to maintain current unemployment rate. >Get a chode evey time he "saves" a few hundred every month. >Missing the big picture.
Part and partial why American car companies can compete with Korea and Japan which enjoys higher infrastructure efficiencies is because some part and at times final assembly enjoy low wage benefits from making shit in Mexico. Can't wait to see Trump "SAVE" some more jobs in the short turn to make American companies less competitive globally to only hurt them even worse longterm.
>Obama gains almost 12 million jobs during his 8 years in office. >Bush lost 1.01 million jobs during his 8 years in office. >Conservifucktards complain about Obamas jobs record. Conserviifucktards bitch about low information voters, yet have no problem being WRONG information voters. smh.
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