Why Some Americans Can't Find Jobs!

I saw this recently in an email from RubiMac. A fellow starts out his day early, having set his alarm clock (MADE IN JAPAN) for 6 a.m., after crawling out from under an electric blanket (MADE IN HONG KONG).

While his coffee pot (MADE IN JAPAN) is perking, he puts his hair dryer (MADE IN TAIWAN) to work and shaves his face with his electric razor (MADE IN TAIWAN).

He puts on a dress shirt (MADE IN TAIWAN) and designer jeans (MADE IN HONG KONG) with a neat pair of tennis shoes (MADE IN KOREA).

After cooking up some breakfast in his new electric skillet (MADE IN JAPAN), in his apartment which he rents from foreign investors, he sits down to figure out how he can spend this day on his calculator (MADE IN MEXICO).

After setting his watch (MADE IN HONG KONG) to the radio (MADE IN JAPAN), he goes looking for a good-paying American job in his automobile (MADE IN JAPAN). His wife leaves at the same exact time in her American made automobile which has sixty-percent of its parts (MADE IN CHINA, JAPAN, MEXICO, TAIWAN, ETC.).

At the end of a completely disgusting day this man decides to relax a while. He puts on a pair of shorts (MADE IN KOREA) and sandals (MADE IN HONG KONG), pours himself a glass of wine (MADE IN FRANCE) and turns on his entertainment center (MADE IN JAPAN), all this time trying to figure out why he can't find a decent, good-paying American job.

THINK AMERICAN - - PROMOTE AMERICAN - - INSIST ON AMERICAN

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Check out the ABC News special report "Made in America." http://youtu.be/38MfZ17nT50  After removing everything in the house they found "NOT" made in America, the house was actually empty. The part of this I found funny, was ABC News then went to find and replace the item's/ furnishing's in their home with American made product's, and the furnishing's not were just as durable ... but even looked way better in my opinion than the foreign furnishing's, and the real kicker is that the price's were in most case's less than the foreign made product's ... um, um, um ... imagine that! The video will highlight part's of the week long ABC series.

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Ray Franklin

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