Friday, 04 September 2009

Buying American

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Bob ConferIt can be said with certainty that the ever-expanding global economy, and our nation’s weakened position in it, is of America’s doing. Many Americans have grown to accept — and even demand — that they are consumers and recipients of government services.

Our vast, unconstitutional government has been more than willing to accommodate them. Thus, low-cost overseas production and its associated inexpensive consumer goods came about due to America’s demand for items at prices and varieties that were not possible within our borders due to the high cost of business created by out-of-control taxes and restrictive regulations which inhibit the free market. Only in the Chinas and Indias of the world could our insatiable materialism be satisfied at prices we are willing to pay.

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