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OK well doesn't that apply to Obama as well??
There are as many claims that the US used it as that is was Assad.
"No there aren't. There might be some claims the US used it, but there are probably some claims that Genghis Kahn used it too. I'm a big critic of U.S. foreign policy, but we didn't release sarin in Syria, that's just silly. A silly Syrian sarin suggestion. So stop seizing strange sources suggesting subversive strategies stateside. "
I do get tired of this......don't be so gullible or patriotic, bush lied to you, obama lied to you..watch where the money goes, that's the secret
Watch this and follow it up, then you will see why Blair followed Bush................ to become a multi millionaire...it's not about saving anybody, it's about money and power while ex soldiers are pleading for help Wall street banks are lapping up the money and screwing tax payers money to fund them when they fail.more people on food stamps, less jobs for the young.Obama care which is a tax which will make healthcare less affordable..all the stuff you see now is garbage for the masses....I was just picking at the edges but they all interconnect...
jorvik wrote:" Conspiracy theory" is often used to dismiss people who have found a valid reason for the way governments and big business behave and make them look like cranks
jorvik wrote:your middlle class has been decimated, all your jobs have gone abroad
Wall Street Journal wrote:More U.S. manufacturers are moving some of their production back from China, a new survey shows.
The survey by Boston Consulting Group, conducted in August and released Tuesday, found that 38% of U.S.-based manufacturing executives who responded were shifting production to the U.S. or considering that, up from 18% in a similar survey in February 2012. The latest survey drew responses from 216 U.S.-based executives at companies with annual sales of more than $1 billion.
About 13% of the companies already were moving production back or had done so, the latest survey found. About 8% planned to move production to the U.S. within two years, and 17% were considering such moves. Another 17% said they probably would consider moving production.
Scores of companies — including General Electric Co., Whirlpool Corp. and Caterpillar Inc. — have announced such “reshoring” moves in the past couple of years. Manufacturers increasingly try to shorten supply lines and reduce inventory by making products closer to where they are sold. Meanwhile, the surge in Chinese wages and higher shipping costs mean Asian production is no longer a no-brainer. The shale-gas boom is reducing U.S. energy costs, and some firms want to move production home to protect intellectual property.
Wall Street Journal wrote:His findings come as Boston Consulting Group—a leading proponent of the idea that U.S. manufacturing will come roaring back—predicts a surge in U.S. exports, partly helped by lower energy costs and stagnating wages. In a report for release Tuesday, BCG says rising exports and "reshoring" of production to the U.S. from China "could create 2.5 million to five million American factory and service jobs associated with increased manufacturing" by 2020. That, BCG says, could reduce the unemployment rate, currently 7.4%, by as much as two to three percentage points.
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