I think I would like to see some clothes made here in the U.S. It is sad that we give them 'our jobs' but pay them mere pennies on the dollar or less in their culture. It's not enough to feed a family over here nor over there. The whole government needs to look at this issue again and bring all sorts of jobs over here before we are hungry and needy too.
I remember a time not so long ago when Walmart advertised "Made in the USA" products. But when we made the NAFTA and the Chinese trade agreements we started seeing less and less made here in the US. Time to give incentives for companies to come back to the USA and for other companies to quit outsourcing help lines to Canada, India and now China.
The President wants to give incentives for companies to bring manufacturing back here and not give incentives for companies who outsource. But, that would require Congress to agree.
Where, proofs, facts, not just heresay, I have seen nothing that says he wants to do that at all.
All he's ever pushed is bailouts and ObamaCare. He hasn't really tried to get our jobs back here.
You are not listening to him talk.
Talk is cheap, he's been there 4 years and not done anything but ObamaCare and bailouts, he would have done better if he had put his efforts into getting businesses back here but yet more and more businesses are outsourcing, now they are moving on to China.
If you buy a so called American made car did you know some of the parts are made in Mexico? Yep Mexico, so your "American" car is not really an "American" car anymore.
The President does not make the laws. He can present a bill to Congress that he hopes will pass. He has done that many times over and they have voted it down or filibustered it so it can't get a vote. So, to say the President is not doing anything is being uninformed.
The president does not present bills either. He can SUGGEST to congress or a congressman or senator what he would like, then the congressman or senator writes up the bills and presents them to either the House or Senate, it goes through a processes in one chamber before it's presented to another chamber. Those nice senators or congressmen like to add things into those bills. So unless you read the whole bill you don't know what's in it. RIght now there are several bills sitting in the House waiting on Committee approval to move on, but they were all done in the last year. Why didn't he hit on this 4 years ago? Why is he waiting until the last minute to convince Congress to write and pass bills?