Re: [DML] Re: Made in the USA thread
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Re: [DML] Re: Made in the USA thread



Wow. Check that out. Ipso facto used in a sentence and properly, even.  





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From: content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sun, May 27, 2012 12:34:06 PM
Subject: [DML] Re: Made in the USA thread

  
Just because something is Made in USA does not necessarily mean it is ipso facto 
higher quality than a similar product made elsewhere -- which never was John's 
and David's arguments against made in china starters BTW. Like products made in 
any country, some American products are high quality and some are crap.

American hand tools are very high quality -- certainly higher quality than made 
in china hand tools. Likewise American taps & dies are much higher quality than 
made in china counterparts. Buying American in both of those instances not only 
supports domestic industry, but also gives you a better product. That was my 
argument.

I also mentioned Annin flags, which are very high quality as well. Next time you 
need a flag, try one -- you will be pleasantly impressed.

Bill Robertson
#5939

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, eric@... wrote:
>
> On the subject of how awesome Made in America stuff is, unless I am mistaken 
>and it really was Belfast Maine, even our DeLoreans were made by "some other 
>country putting out cheap crap" too. Look at the products by Lucas, Jaguar, and 
>all of those other UK companies back then. Also, our cars were designed, 
>assembled, and supported  with the help of  American, UK, French, German, Scotch 
>Irish, Dutch Immigrant, West African, Asian, Australian, Russian, Martian, and 
>anyone else who wanted to help or wanted a job. Sarah Palin would probably drive 
>a Delorean and love to shoot moose through the tollbooth windows, while taking 
>the Chinese Premier on a tour of the back country of Alaska, then make the claim 
>of how well built this American car is built because John came from Detroit. 
>Seriously. 
>
> 
> I love not having Moderators!
> 
> Eric Itzel
> Vin 4433, K-Jetronic (this seems like relevant info to post after returning to 
>the List and seeing all of the concern about the fuel delivery systems people 
>choose to use)
> 
> Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®
>


 

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