Bring the jobs back to the USA!

Bring the jobs back to the USA!

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Tony

Mission Viejo, CA

#1 Oct 14, 2017
We need to bring the entertainment industry back to Hollywood, and we need to bring automobile manufacturing back to Van Nuys, California. We need to bring the jobs back to the USA.

Salute,

Tony V.
Tony

Mission Viejo, CA

#2 Oct 14, 2017
The Van Nuys Automobile Assembly Plant was a General Motors automobile factory in Van Nuys, California. The plant opened in 1947, and the plant was closed in 1992 when Camaro / Firebird production moved to Sainte-Therese Assembly in Quebec, Canada, due to air quality remediation efforts.

We need to manufacture automobiles in Van Nuys again, we need to bring those jobs back, those are good jobs. We need to bring the good jobs back to the USA.

Salute,

Tony V.
bug

Boise, ID

#3 Oct 15, 2017
And how do you suggest that be done?
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#4 Oct 15, 2017
Tony wrote:
We need to bring the entertainment industry back to Hollywood, and we need to bring automobile manufacturing back to Van Nuys, California. We need to bring the jobs back to the USA.
Salute,
Tony V.
__________

Your above point here.--------- You said "We need to bring the entertainment industry back to Hollywood".---------

Hollywood's entertainment industry has been (still is) in full effect. Hollywood is not going anywhere.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#5 Oct 15, 2017
Tony wrote:
The Van Nuys Automobile Assembly Plant was a General Motors automobile factory in Van Nuys, California. The plant opened in 1947, and the plant was closed in 1992 when Camaro / Firebird production moved to Sainte-Therese Assembly in Quebec, Canada, due to air quality remediation efforts.
We need to manufacture automobiles in Van Nuys again, we need to bring those jobs back, those are good jobs. We need to bring the good jobs back to the USA.
Salute,
Tony V.
__________

True. But, the American jobs which have left the United States, don't expect them to be coming back. American jobs have left this nation because of this.---------

1. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting very high taxes on American businesses.

2. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting many regulations on American businesses.

3. Union leaders making very high, & very unreasonable demands on American businesses.

4. Non-Hispanic White business owners not wanting to deal with African American (Descendants of black American slaves) workers.

This is why non-Hispanic White business owners have moved their businesses to Asian or to Latin American nations. Where the workers will be Asians, White-Hispanics, or Mestizos.

Also, many other non-Hispanic White business owners who lived in Democrat states, they moved their businesses to Republican states which had (still do) "Right to Work" laws. Where most of the workers are non-Hispanic Whites, White-Hispanics, & Mestizos.
Tony

Anaheim, CA

#7 Oct 19, 2017
One way to help to bring jobs back to the USA is to lower taxes in the USA.

One way to help to bring the entertainment industry jobs back to Hollywood is to lower taxes, and to give low interest loans to filmmakers to make movies with. The Canadians pay the filmmakers money to create jobs in Canada, to steal our jobs and our industry, so that is what we are up against. The British tax their people and they use tax money to subsidize movie-making, so we have to compete with that. The hardest part of making a movie is getting the money, and the rest is easy, Hollywood is filled with talented and well trained people who are unemployed, so we need to find ways to put money into the hands of local Hollywood filmmakers so that they can create more entertainment jobs locally in Hollywood. It is all about money. Many people in the entertainment industry would work for free, but they need money for food and shelter and to live on, and the entertainment industry jobs pay well when you are a talented professional. Hollywood has film schools, and all of that, the main thing that Hollywood needs to do is to get the money into the hands of local filmmakers with the stipulation that they spend the money here in Hollywood, and with incentives.

On the issue of bringing the automobile industry back to Van Nuys, California, we simply need to get guys like Elon Musk to manufacture electric cars in Van Nuys. We can easily compete with Canada on those jobs, and the cars that are made here will be sold here, Californians all really care about the environment, and Californians will drive electric cars in the future when the electric cars are affordable and fully developed. Lower taxes will help to bring those jobs back too, and we need to have lower taxes than Canada.

Also, on the issue of bringing jobs back to the USA, we need to support a labor movement in China, and we need to support the rights of workers globally, and as the workers of the world have more money to spend then they will buy goods from America. By fighting for good rights for workers around the world, we help ourselves. We need to support labor unions and workers of the world the same way that we all supported Solidarity in Poland.

Tax breaks to pay for an education also helps to educate the work-force.

There are many things that we can do to bring the good jobs back to the USA, and we need to get busy bringing the jobs back. Many people will have good ideas on ways to bring the jobs back to the USA.

Salute,

Tony V.
USaWarStateMakeW OrldPeace

Toronto, Canada

#8 Oct 19, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

True. But, the American jobs which have left the United States, don't expect them to be coming back. American jobs have left this nation because of this.---------

1. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting very high taxes on American businesses.

2. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting many regulations on American businesses.

3. Union leaders making very high, & very unreasonable demands on American businesses.

4. Non-Hispanic White business owners not wanting to deal with African American (Descendants of black American slaves) workers.

This is why non-Hispanic White business owners have moved their businesses to Asian or to Latin American nations. Where the workers will be Asians, White-Hispanics, or Mestizos.

Also, many other non-Hispanic White business owners who lived in Democrat states, they moved their businesses to Republican states which had (still do) "Right to Work" laws. Where most of the workers are non-Hispanic Whites, White-Hispanics, & Mestizos.
Sorry_to_say_Most_OF_You_still _need_to_research_the_topic!

Who_Drafted_the_insidious_trad e_bill,and_party(S)_who_signed _it_into_legislative_law?
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#10 Oct 21, 2017
Tony wrote:
One way to help to bring jobs back to the USA is to lower taxes in the USA.

One way to help to bring the entertainment industry jobs back to Hollywood is to lower taxes, and to give low interest loans to filmmakers to make movies with. The Canadians pay the filmmakers money to create jobs in Canada, to steal our jobs and our industry, so that is what we are up against. The British tax their people and they use tax money to subsidize movie-making, so we have to compete with that. The hardest part of making a movie is getting the money, and the rest is easy, Hollywood is filled with talented and well trained people who are unemployed, so we need to find ways to put money into the hands of local Hollywood filmmakers so that they can create more entertainment jobs locally in Hollywood. It is all about money. Many people in the entertainment industry would work for free, but they need money for food and shelter and to live on, and the entertainment industry jobs pay well when you are a talented professional. Hollywood has film schools, and all of that, the main thing that Hollywood needs to do is to get the money into the hands of local filmmakers with the stipulation that they spend the money here in Hollywood, and with incentives.
__________

Your above point here.--------- You said "Many people in the entertainment industry would work for free".---------

Totally NOT true.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#11 Oct 21, 2017
Tony wrote:
On the issue of bringing the automobile industry back to Van Nuys, California, we simply need to get guys like Elon Musk to manufacture electric cars in Van Nuys. We can easily compete with Canada on those jobs, and the cars that are made here will be sold here, Californians all really care about the environment, and Californians will drive electric cars in the future when the electric cars are affordable and fully developed. Lower taxes will help to bring those jobs back too, and we need to have lower taxes than Canada.
__________

Your above points here.---------

1. You said "On the issue of bringing the automobile industry back to Van Nuys, California, we simply need to get guys like Elon Musk to manufacture electric cares in Van Nuys".---------

Well, BEFORE this is even started, there has to be quite a massive demand for electric cars. Currently, there just isn't.

2. You said "We can easily compete with Canada on those jobs".---------

Nope. Currently, California cannot compete with Canada on those jobs.

3. You said "and the cars that are made here will be sold here, and Californians will drive electric cares in the future when the electric cars are affordable and fully developed".---------

Well, electric cars are not affordable nor fully developed. Also, there has to be quite a massive demand for electric cars. Currently, there isn't.

4. You said "Lower taxes will help to bring those jobs back too, and we need to have lower taxes than Canada".---------

Well, California does not have lower taxes than Canada.

Will California be getting lower taxes than what Canada has in the future? Nope, not happening.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#12 Oct 21, 2017
Tony wrote:
Also, on the issue of bringing jobs back to the USA, we need to support a labor movement in China, and we need to support the rights of workers globally, and as the workers of the world have more money to spend then they will buy goods from America. By fighting for good rights for workers around the world, we help ourselves. We need to support labor unions and workers of the world the same way that we all supported Solidarity in Poland.
__________

Your above points here.---------

1. You said "we need to support a labor movement in China, and we need to support the rights of workers globally".---------

Absolutely NOT. The unions are one of the main problems in regards to jobs leaving the United States, & to impeding jobs growth.

2. You said "By fighting for good rights for workers around the world, we help ourselves".---------

Totally NOT true. The unions are one of the main problems in regards to jobs leaving this nation, & to impeding jobs growth.

3. You said "We need to support labor unions and workers of the world the same way that we all supported Solidarity in Poland".---------

Absolutely NOT.

The Independent Self governing Labour Union "Solidarity" movement in Poland was VERY much different compared to these unions here.---------

Unions under the AFL-CIO, SEIU, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, UFCW, ILWU, & NEA.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#13 Oct 21, 2017
Tony wrote:
Tax breaks to pay for an education also helps to educate the work-force.
__________

Well, for decades, many grants & loans have been made available to Americans for education.

What matters more, are this.---------

1. Americans going to colleges, taking classes in a major which pays well, has good benefits, & job security.

2. Or, going to junior colleges or technical schools, taking classes in skilled trades. Which pays well.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#15 Oct 21, 2017
USaWarStateMakeWOrldPeace wrote:
<quoted>Who_Drafted_the_ insidious_trade_bill,and_party (S)_who_signed_it_into_legisla tive_law?
__________

Oh, NAFTA was NOT "insidious" at all

Then President, Democrat Bill Clinton drafted NAFTA. 132 Republican & 102 Democrat Representatives voted in favor of it. 34 Republican & 27 Democrat Senators voted in favor of NAFTA.

NAFTA has been VERY good for the United States, Canada, & Mexico.

If you would like to see how NAFTA has been very beneficial for the United States, Canada, & Mexico, please let me know. I would be more than happy to point it out to you.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#16 Oct 22, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

True. But, the American jobs which have left the United States, don't expect them to be coming back. American jobs have left this nation because of this.---------

1. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting very high taxes on American businesses.

2. Democrat Representatives & Senators putting many regulations on American businesses.

3. Union leaders making very high, & very unreasonable demands on American businesses.

4. Non-Hispanic White business owners not wanting to deal with African American (Descendants of black American slaves) workers.

This is why non-Hispanic White business owners have moved their businesses to Asian or to Latin American nations. Where the workers will be Asians, White-Hispanics, or Mestizos.

Also, many other non-Hispanic White business owners who lived in Democrat states, they moved their businesses to Republican states which had (still do) "Right to Work" laws. Where most of the workers are non-Hispanic Whites, White-Hispanics, & Mestizos.
High taxes placed on American businesses,and businessmen is largely due to NAFTA, and GATT ,which guarantees ,(due to excessive taxation, and tariffs placed on American Exports, and making it close to impossible for businesses to even thrive in America,) were signed into law with bipartisan efforts of Democrats, and Republicans.

The politicians on both sides want to live like dukes, and earls , kings and queens, with WE THE PEOPLE as underlings or serfs. That/this is not the government originally set up the Founding Fathers.

That the socioeconomic (racially, financially etc...) American world of the 21st century is different as compared to that of the 18th century,(when a man with a genius IQ (James Madison,) wrote our Constitution, and Bill of Rights,) is irrelevant.

That Constitution ,(which includes our Bill of Rights,) which has been abused repeatedly, could last 1,000 years with the right people running the show!

You're off the mark per usual.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#17 Oct 22, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>High taxes placed on American businesses,and businessmen is largely due to NAFTA, and GATT ,which guarantees ,(due to excessive taxation, and tariffs placed on American Exports.
__________

You are incorrect. You are incorrect yet again.

NAFTA & GATT cause LOWER taxes on American businesses. This is primarily the case because of the American businesses which are operating in foreign nations.

Also, NAFTA & GATT cause LESS tariffs placed on American exports.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#18 Oct 22, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>The politicians on both sides want to live like dukes, and earls , kings and queens, with WE THE PEOPLE as underlings or serfs. That/this is not the government originally set up the Founding Fathers.
__________

From 1965 till now, there have been very fundamental, & substantial differences between the Democratic Party & the Republican Party.

If you would like to see what these differences are, please let me know. I would be more than happy to point them out to you.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#19 Oct 22, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>The politicians on both sides want to live like dukes, and earls , kings and queens, with WE THE PEOPLE as underlings or serfs. That/this is not the government originally set up the Founding Fathers.
__________

Well, it is not a case of the rich against the middle class & poor. Which shows this.---------

From 1965 till now, the underclass in the United States has been given pretty much a totally free ride on the backs of the upper class & middle class. Primarily on the backs of the middle class, because there are not enough Americans who are in the upper class to cover the costs for the underclass.

From 1965 till now, it has primarily been the middle class which has been paying for the Americans who are in the underclass.

In my next post, I will point out the different sectors in this nation.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#20 Oct 22, 2017
Paul is dead.---------

These are the different sectors in the United States.---------

1. Upper class.

2. Upper middle class.

3. Mid middle class.

4. Lower middle class / working class.

5. Short term poor.

6. The professional, perpetual underclass.

The professional, perpetual underclass comprises of Americans whose families have been in the underclass for decades. It is because they are very lazy, criminal, incompetent, irresponsible, & unproductive.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#21 Oct 22, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>That the socioeconomic (racially, financially etc...) American world of the 21st century is different as compared to that of the 18th century,(when a man with a genius IQ (James Madison,) wrote our Constitution, and Bill of Rights,) is irrelevant.
__________

Oh, it is NOT irrelevant at all. This is why.---------

This land back in 1776 was totally different compared to the United States in October, 2017. This territory back in 1776 had a totally different job market, cost of living, housing market, wages, domestic affairs, foreign affairs, trade, racial breakdown, etc..

One CANNOT compare this land back in 1776 with this nation as late as October, 2017.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#25 Oct 23, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

Oh, it is NOT irrelevant at all. This is why.---------

This land back in 1776 was totally different compared to the United States in October, 2017. This territory back in 1776 had a totally different job market, cost of living, housing market, wages, domestic affairs, foreign affairs, trade, racial breakdown, etc..

One CANNOT compare this land back in 1776 with this nation as late as October, 2017.
1.) The Job Market. We had colonial script that was outlawed by King George 3 of Britain. Ben Franklin said , not me, that European control of our monies was the principal reason for rebellion against the Crown. The Federal Reserve System,(100% Unconstitutional,) a private banking instrument made up of 80% plus European Stockholders would never have been tolerated by our Founding Fathers.

2.) Cost of living , and housing Market. The second biggest reason for rebellion against the Crown was the Stamp Act ,and Townshends Acts. A British officer could forge his own 'writ,' allowing him to enter your home, and either plant a piece of merchandise without the King's insignia,(stamp,) on it, or outright lie. He , the British officer , could then take 'Squatters rights,' over a Colonists home, mansion, and/or a plantation just because he fancied it. Also, a Colonist could have been executed for not having the King's insignia on anything that he owned. Once, those things were overturned there was true liberty in the housing market ,and concomitant cost of living. Now with inflation, and devaluation of our dollar ,(our dollar is now worth 4 pennies since the inception of the Fed, circa 12/23/1913,) the cleaning out of our industries; and foreclosures on homes ?These present things would have never ,ever, never , ever been tolerated by our Founding Fathers.

3.) Regarding Domestic Affairs, Foreign Affairs, and Trade. Everything was domestically regulated by our Constitution,and Bill of Rights, and so long as this was strictly adhered to? Then there was no Domestic, money, market, or social, or housing issue that couldn't be easily dealt with. Regarding foreign affairs. Our problems with Algiers ,and North Africa has been incorrectly labeled a 'Barbary Pirate Issue,' since our ships were being attacked on the high seas. In reality? There was there a radical Islamist problem even then; little has changed. The difference is that because we adhered to our Constitution, any wars waged were on behalf of America, and Americans , and not for foreign Rothschild interests, or for the benefit of the UN.

4.) Racial breakdown. Blacks were already here sir. The law of no more importing of African Slaves enacted in 1812 should have been adhered to. Greedy Fat Cats got around our Constitution even at this early date.

"WE NOW LIVE IN A POST CONSTITUTIONAL AMERICA." MARK LEVIN.

No , I may not be able to post that site with Levin saying that Johnny.

And why not? I heard him , Mark Levin, say this on the radio is why. On his program that is.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#27 Oct 23, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>1.) The Job Market. We had colonial script that was outlawed by King George 3 of Britain. Ben Franklin said , not me, that European control of our monies was the principal reason for rebellion against the Crown. The Federal Reserve System,(100% Unconstitutional,) a private banking instrument made up of 80% plus European Stockholders would never have been tolerated by our Founding Fathers.
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You are incorrect. You are incorrect yet again. The Federal Reserve has been (still is) totally Constitutional.

The Founding Fathers sure would have supported the Federal Reserve. Primarily because of this.---------

1. The Federal Reserve has been (still is) totally Constitutional.

2. Before 1913, the United States needed a financial system.

The crafting of the Federal Reserve was perfectly suited to doing this.

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