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Old 04-22-2009, 07:13 AM   #31
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[quote=joseph.cynthia;263782]I'm pretty sure unions didn't help production costs and competition. It really doesn't matter to me where a product is made...what matters is quality compared to price.

Hey 40 watt blub, I said none of those power tool companies were union.
So why are you blaming the the off shore relocation of the tool companies on them?[/quote]

Well it doesn't matter if "relocation of tool companies" is due to union or not....what matters is quality compared to price.

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Hey 40 watt blub, I said none of those power tool companies were union.
So why are you blaming the the off shore relocation of the tool companies on them?
Well it doesn't matter if "relocation of tool companies" is due to union or not....what matters is quality compared to price.[/quote]

Whatta 'ya mean it doesn't matter? You just slandered a whole bunch of honest working men and women and brushed it off like it was nothing...+ What makes you better than them that you think you can disrespect them like that?


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Well it doesn't matter if "relocation of tool companies" is due to union or not....what matters is quality compared to price.
Whatta 'ya mean it doesn't matter? You just slandered a whole bunch of honest working men and women and brushed it off like it was nothing...+ What makes you better than them that you think you can disrespect them like that?


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We are way off topic here. I own Dewalt cordless tools and I am very happy with them whether made here or somewhere else.

Please research "capitalism" and come back so that you can better understand why some companies leave this country. Also, research "service economy" and you will see that the US is now a service economy and not a manufacturing economy.

Slander...please...I didn't slander anyone.
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Whatta 'ya mean it doesn't matter? You just slandered a whole bunch of honest working men and women and brushed it off like it was nothing...+ What makes you better than them that you think you can disrespect them like that?


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We are way off topic here. I own Dewalt cordless tools and I am very happy with them whether made here or somewhere else.

Please research "capitalism" and come back so that you can better understand why some companies leave this country. Also, research "service economy" and you will see that the US is now a service economy and not a manufacturing economy.

Slander...please...I didn't slander anyone.[/quote]


I don't need to research anything, this is not about capitalism. It's about remarks you made against a class of people whom you obviously have a problem with.

You just blew it off to cover your butt.
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I have the older milwaukee 18v. drill/hammer drill. It's at least five years old and still works like new. I bought new style Li batteries and new charger. I really like the all metal chuck. Only complaint with this drill is it's quite a bit heavier than my 18v porter cable. But as far as quality, I don't think you can beat milwaukee..
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We are way off topic here. I own Dewalt cordless tools and I am very happy with them whether made here or somewhere else.

Please research "capitalism" and come back so that you can better understand why some companies leave this country. Also, research "service economy" and you will see that the US is now a service economy and not a manufacturing economy.

Slander...please...I didn't slander anyone.

I don't need to research anything, this is not about capitalism. It's about remarks you made against a class of people whom you obviously have a problem with.

You just blew it off to cover your butt.[/quote]

Get a life!

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