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13 days ago
China non-committal on U.S. 'drop in the ocean' oil release
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13 days ago
@Reuters Lolzz
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DAVID M OLENICK
13 days ago
@Reuters 2) more products here in the US. This “just-in-time” delivery of products from China shortages we are now facing would not be occurring so deeply if we made the products in the US especially when it comes to computer chips for cars, etc. Stop buying & let their economy take a hit
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DAVID M OLENICK
13 days ago
@Reuters 3) take a hit of just 2 or 3 percent and we’ll see how fast their President comes to his knees begging the US. We need to become independent from China and ALL AMERICANS, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents need to put our Country 1st for a change. The Greatest Generation
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DAVID M OLENICK
13 days ago
@Reuters 4) of Americans gave their lives and parts of their bodies on the battlefields of WWII and Americans at home sacrificed much giving up on things to ensure the raw materials where available so war time fighting needs were available to our Soldiers. If the can sacrifice all of this
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DAVID M OLENICK
13 days ago
@Reuters 5) to ensure our freedoms, the least we can do is make some sacrifices that when buying a product that is not an essential need, that if it comes from and/or it says China, we can say “I can do without”. A little pain now is not a big sacrifice while we demand our US Companies
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DAVID M OLENICK
13 days ago
@Reuters 6) to build more plants in the US for our future independence and demand our State & Federal Legislators support this & provide incentives when necessary. Therefore, from this pandemic we should learn that we “cannot” allow China to believe we need them more than they need US.
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