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#21 haroots2

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 08:58 AM

Well don’t tell that to me... kay Trump mo sabihin yan. Campaign promise nya yan, eh.

 

Kailangan ba yan 100% na dapat buy USA na lang kung hindi di ka kontento?  Hindi lahat ng tao sa Amerika malakas ang purchasing power, bumibili din sila ng mas cheap na gamit na gawa sa ibang bansa kasi yun lang ang afford nila.



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:07 AM

 
Kailangan ba yan 100% na dapat buy USA na lang kung hindi di ka kontento?  Hindi lahat ng tao sa Amerika malakas ang purchasing power, bumibili din sila ng mas cheap na gamit na gawa sa ibang bansa kasi yun lang ang afford nila.

Mukhang naligaw ka sa usapin...hindi naman issue kung 100% buy usa.

Ang gusto ni trump di ba protektahan ang trabaho ng mga kano thus mfg companies should manufacture their goods in america instead na ipamanufacture sa ibang bansa because of cheaper labor.

Not necessary goods ang matatamaan. Pwede rin services...maaring tamaan bpo industry niyan

Edited by rooster69ph, 20 March 2018 - 11:14 AM.


#23 haroots2

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:09 AM

Mukhang naligaw ka sa usapin...hindi naman issue kung 100% buy usa.

 

Its a question to tk kung yun ang puntirya niya. Unless ikaw din si TK sumabat ka nanaman sa reply ko sa kanya para mapansin ka.



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:19 AM

 
Its a question to tk kung yun ang puntirya niya. Unless ikaw din si TK sumabat ka nanaman sa reply ko sa kanya para mapansin ka.


And i am not answeing for her i am giving out my take which is quite evident if nag backread ... iba ang sinabi ni tk sa sinasabi mo buy 100 usa

Btw This is not an exclusive thread sa inyo ni tk ... kung ayaw mo may mag comment na iba use the pm function next time you address a question para walang mag comment na iba.

#25 haroots2

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:23 AM

And i am not answeing for her
 

 

Akala ko Tk is a he.  Anyways pinansin naman na kita, dapat masaya ka na. 



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:32 AM

 
Akala ko Tk is a he.  Anyways pinansin naman na kita, dapat masaya ka na. 


Whether male o female si tk hindi material sa pinagsasabi mo ... for you buy 100% usa kay tk 100% manufactured in usa Magkaiba yun...

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 12:25 PM

Whether male o female si tk hindi material sa pinagsasabi mo ... for you buy 100% usa kay tk 100% manufactured in usa Magkaiba yun...

 

Ang pinupuntirya niya Buy American, Hire American.



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 12:32 PM

 
Ang pinupuntirya niya Buy American, Hire American.


Pag usa brand diba dapat gawa sa america batay sa protectionism...like nike. Us brand pero made in different cointries dahil sa outsourcing

Paano mo naman pipiliting made in america ang produkto ng isang kumpanya sa china

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 05:27 PM

 

Kailangan ba yan 100% na dapat buy USA na lang kung hindi di ka kontento?  Hindi lahat ng tao sa Amerika malakas ang purchasing power, bumibili din sila ng mas cheap na gamit na gawa sa ibang bansa kasi yun lang ang afford nila.

 

 

Sinabi ko bang 100% dapat para maging made in America? Pwedeng pwede sila kumuha ng raw materials sa ibang bansa. Pero manufactured ba sa US kung ang nakalagay ay Made in China? Sa Baseball cap, ilang percent kaya dun ang gawa ng Amerikano kung ang nakalagay ay Made in China? Pakisagot please.

 

Ano ba pagka intindi mo sa America First platform ni Trump? Paano naging buy American ang Made in China? Wag ka na pumunta sa gray area na porke't hindi ito attainable, etc, etc. Dun tayo sa basic premise. 



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 06:02 PM

 

 

Sinabi ko bang 100% dapat para maging made in America? Pwedeng pwede sila kumuha ng raw materials sa ibang bansa. Pero manufactured ba sa US kung ang nakalagay ay Made in China? Sa Baseball cap, ilang percent kaya dun ang gawa ng Amerikano kung ang nakalagay ay Made in China? Pakisagot please.

 

Ano ba pagka intindi mo sa America First platform ni Trump? Paano naging buy American ang Made in China? Wag ka na pumunta sa gray area na porke't hindi ito attainable, etc, etc. Dun tayo sa basic premise. 

 

I meant sa 100% is dapat bang bilhin ng mga Americans is gawa lang sa US?  Ganun ba gusto mo? Kasi nga sabi mo si Trump nagbebenta ng made in China eh ang punto ko di naman lahat ng Americans may kakayahan bumuli ng made in US kasi mas mahal nga siya.



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Posted 20 March 2018 - 07:32 PM

Hello? Asan na po kayo? Lumalayo ata tayo sa punto.

Sinabi ko bang ako nagpipilit na bumili ang mga Amerikano ng 100% US made? Hindi. Nag quote ako ng campaign slogan ni Trump.

Ang layo ng punto mo. Sabi ko si Trump kung ganun ang campaign slogan at nagbebenta ng China made products, ano tawag dun?

Eto na para maintindihan mo:

TRUMP (during the campaign): We should be America First. Lets move manufacturing into US soil and protect our American workers. Obama is evil because he endorses outsourcing jobs to other countries

TRUMP (after the elections): Buy Trump products and support your country. We sell America First branded apparels.

{Pero ang binebenta nilang products made in China din.}

Tell me: consistent ba yun campaign promise nya sa ginagawa nya ngayon? Na protektahan ba nya ang American workers by sourcing a factory sa US soil?

Ganun lang ka simple pina ko-complicate mo pa ng buying power ng average American ekek dyan. Wala akong pake kung mas efficient yun sarili nyang company kung mag outsource o hindi. Ang punto lang ay kung yun message at actions ba nya ay magkatugma.

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Posted 21 March 2018 - 05:06 PM

 

Akala ko Tk is a he.  Anyways pinansin naman na kita, dapat masaya ka na. 

Hahaha! Babae pala si Tk, at kung alam nya na babae si Tk, kilala nya.

 

Tandem sila sa pagto-troll. 



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Posted 21 March 2018 - 05:34 PM

If you buy a $200 RedWing "Worx" series safety shoes, a US branded product made in China, the cost of manufacturing is $20 while the rest of  $180 goes to brand royalty fees, product marketing, logistics, retailing, and Redwing's profit.

 

Who benefits more from your $200? China or USA?

 

So, if Americans buy US-branded products, wherever it was made, it benefits the American economy.

 

The propaganda hitting Trump for  his "Buy American, Hire American" slogan and using made-in-China US-brand as an issue is grossly ignorant, if not outright stupid.


Edited by camiar, 21 March 2018 - 05:42 PM.


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Posted 17 April 2018 - 07:19 PM

Hahaha! Babae pala si Tk, at kung alam nya na babae si Tk, kilala nya.

 

Tandem sila sa pagto-troll. 

 

Di lang magkakilala, malamang magkatabi pa sa ... :D



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Posted 06 June 2019 - 01:50 PM

Some anti-Trump posts here did not age well. Lol. 

 

 

Like him or not, Trump is certainly more respected on the world stage than his weak, apologetic predecessor. 



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 07:35 AM

Some anti-Trump posts here did not age well. Lol. 

 

 

Like him or not, Trump is certainly more respected on the world stage than his weak, apologetic predecessor. 

Mexico is not lifting a finger to help US stem the tide of Latin American illegal migrants. 

 

But now the Mexican officials are shuttling through Washington for last ditch talks after Trump threatens to increase tariff on hundreds of billions of dollars in Mexican goods.



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Posted 09 June 2019 - 10:25 PM

Well-played, seems to have worked for now. No kowtowing involved. 

 

Meantime, the US Embassy has said the US is permanently halting its immigration services here. 



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Posted 10 June 2019 - 03:14 PM

Well-played, seems to have worked for now. No kowtowing involved. 

 

Meantime, the US Embassy has said the US is permanently halting its immigration services here. 

Now, Mexico and USA are cooperating to address the Latin American migration problem.

 

Mexico might see later that the cost of building a border wall to halt the illegal migration is cheaper than losing their export business with the US.

 

Trump's prediction that Mexico will pay for the border wall may come true after all.  :D  :D  :D  :D


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Posted 10 June 2019 - 03:57 PM

I posted this in another thread:

 

 

US President Trump wants to build a US-Mexico border wall and he wants the Mexicans to pay for it.

 

What if it can actually be done?

 

 

 

What if the US-Mexico border wall was an energy corridor that could pay for itself?
March 6, 2019
 
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Building an energy corridor along the border instead of just a wall would be a 'giant leap for mankind,' bringing security and jobs to the region, says a Purdue University-led national consortium of engineers and scientists

by Steve Tally, Purdue University

Instead of a wall, build a first-of-its-kind energy park that spans the 1,954 miles of the border between the United States and Mexico to bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the region.

That's the audacious plan put forward by a consortium of 28 prestigious engineers and scientists from across the nation who propose that the two nations work together on an enormous infrastructure project: a complex train of solar energy panels, wind turbines, natural gas pipelines, desalination facilities that together would create an industrial park along the border unlike anything found anywhere else in the world.

The facilities would provide the desired border security, the researchers say, because utility facilities and infrastructure must be well-protected. The connected energy parks would also be an economic driver, both in the construction of the facilities themselves and in the businesses that would be attracted to the region by cheap electricity and plentiful water resources. 

 

Read more... https://www.renewabl...458&bid=2392015



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Posted 10 June 2019 - 09:59 PM

Now, Mexico and USA are cooperating to address the Latin American migration problem.

 

Mexico might see later that the cost of building a border wall to halt the illegal migration is cheaper than losing their export business with the US.

 

Trump's prediction that Mexico will pay for the border wall may come true after all.  :D  :D  :D  :D

 

Promises made, promises kept. Yan na lang ata kulang haha. 

 

 

I posted this in another thread:

 

 

US President Trump wants to build a US-Mexico border wall and he wants the Mexicans to pay for it.

 

What if it can actually be done?

 

 

 

What if the US-Mexico border wall was an energy corridor that could pay for itself?
March 6, 2019
 
 
 
 

Building an energy corridor along the border instead of just a wall would be a 'giant leap for mankind,' bringing security and jobs to the region, says a Purdue University-led national consortium of engineers and scientists

by Steve Tally, Purdue University

Instead of a wall, build a first-of-its-kind energy park that spans the 1,954 miles of the border between the United States and Mexico to bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the region.

That's the audacious plan put forward by a consortium of 28 prestigious engineers and scientists from across the nation who propose that the two nations work together on an enormous infrastructure project: a complex train of solar energy panels, wind turbines, natural gas pipelines, desalination facilities that together would create an industrial park along the border unlike anything found anywhere else in the world.

The facilities would provide the desired border security, the researchers say, because utility facilities and infrastructure must be well-protected. The connected energy parks would also be an economic driver, both in the construction of the facilities themselves and in the businesses that would be attracted to the region by cheap electricity and plentiful water resources. 

 

Read more... https://www.renewabl...458&bid=2392015

 

 

The joke is that that border wall should also keep California out of the US of A. Lol. But yeah, if that wall could double as an energy corridor, the Green New Deal people would be hard-pressed to protest against it. 






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