Dear South Carolina BMW Workers: Soon It Will Be Time To Do Your Patriotic Duty By Losing Your Job

Dear South Carolina BMW Workers: Soon It Will Be Time To Do Your Patriotic Duty By Losing Your Job

Don't say they didn't warn you. Last weekend, Germany’s Welt am Sonntag reported that BMW had written a letter to Wilbur Ross imploring him not to slap tariffs on auto imports. “It seems that the threat to impose these sanctions is designed to achieve certain economic goals,” BMW said, before adding that some 120,000 American jobs have been created by BMW’s investment of nearly $9 billion in a Spartanburg, South Carolina, plant. As the Greenville News reported on Thursday (or, more
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2 thoughts on “Dear South Carolina BMW Workers: Soon It Will Be Time To Do Your Patriotic Duty By Losing Your Job

  1. duh. It does not take a really really smart guy (like assface said he was/is) to understand this issue and the most likely results – exactly as stated in this column. But he believes his mobster like threats will heighten China’s eagerness to comply and make him happy.

    Seems to me he has the same, actually much less intelligence level as he said Maxine Waters does — slightly retarded at “60 grade”. The President of this Nation standing at a microphone and bullying anyone, much less Ms. Waters and Ms. Warren, is completely outrageous — and he does this shit every damned day with a nasty smirky grin and relishes in the brain-washed applause of his zombies that follow him. To besmirch John McCain and President HW Bush, both war heroes who have dedicated their entire lives to this country – again, his zombies cheering his insanity — what a disgrace — and Congress sits on their asses and witnesses it all. WHY?

    ( I am now screaming . . .) He expects Harley and perhaps BMW and a bunch of farmers to show their patriotism for America? I would like to see him show his patriotism for America and leave the White House and take all his family baggage too!!!!

  2. There’s no telling how many industrial supply houses, service businesses, etc. dot the landscape around that Spartanburg, South Carolina, plant.

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