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Barry Liu
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Barry Liu   10/17/2010 11:42:57 PM
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When the United States fought her own very existence by engaging the space race with USSR. Does she consider lowering the cost of manufacturing or outsourcing projects to foreign nations? To preserve and protect the manufacturing edge over China, India, or any country alike should be elevated to the level of the national security. A hollowed out nation like the US is nothing more than a shell, a paper tiger, a bankrupted state.

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 7:23:53 PM
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Expansion.... R/E rule again Land , Not Making any more of it

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 7:21:32 PM
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The third World exists as a reult of foreign exchange studebts that recieved training, education and skills in US NOT GOING BACK to their country of origin and implementing their skills to improve their third world. And I dont wanrt to hear about the governments over their as they recieved ebough traing in order to counter that

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 7:16:19 PM
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Displaced workers create new innovative industries and jobs or shou;d at least

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 7:13:49 PM
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Sounds like belittling, Take Away to me

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 7:10:49 PM
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Oh, and additionally, It was confirmed by a well known and respected talk show host, AM radio... that in fact it was the case for the tax incentive... So the lawfirms and banks must be selling out the few and the Proud extinct naturalized Americans Lets not forgett about our illustrious Gov. leaders who Sold US out a long time ago and continue to this day We should do a forensic review of this matter and counter effect

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 6:59:54 PM
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Im thinking of goimg to another country and coming back so Il at least have a fighting chance

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 6:57:21 PM
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Can anyone confirm the scenario of immigrants not having to pay property taxes on commercial property ( I think) as an incentive......For seven years ? Something like that. No woner you see a lot of Dunkin Doughnuts and Convienient stores snd brand new Gas stations, Apt buildings, machine shops. With I might add, prefferential lending as a result. Probably with the aid of an imbedded newbie immigrant given to his commrades and backed by the Fed. Try getting a job there ! Above minnimum wage that is. A house divided indeed !

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 6:45:48 PM
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It reminds me of the Dog on the Simpsons cartoon when they are asking it a question or trying to train

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rogwrench   10/17/2010 6:39:18 PM
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Gee, Do you think they also may have produced the 15 Amp components that are affected by failure of the fuse protection of those circuits. Oh, and not to forgett about wiring looms

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