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Monday, September 19, 2016

Pat Caddell: Ford Moving Jobs to Mexico Is ‘Globalism vs. Nationalism’ -- They're 'Proving Trump's Point'

On Friday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, veteran pollster Pat Caddell explained that the Ford Motor Company’s decision to move its small-car manufacturing to Mexico has brought the nationalism vs. globalism debate into sharp focus for the electorate.

Caddall noted that Donald Trump pulling to within three points of Hillary Clinton in Michigan — a state that went Democrat in the last six elections, by 10 and 16 points for Barack Obama — shows that 2016 is a “national election” more so than we’ve had in a long time.

“Everyone in the political world and the mainstream media thinks that politics only began in 2008 or 2004. So that every election, the states are organized and there are only a handful of states that matter. No, this election is taking place nationally, and the movement that’s been going on has been going on everywhere,” Caddell told Breitbart Editor-in-Chief and SiriusXM host Alex Marlow.

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2 comments:

Steve said...

No comments = People don't understand.

Ford can move their small car manufacturing to another country because having people of another country assemble and produce your product which you wish to well to Americans is cheaper than paying AMERICAN WORKERS TO DO THE SAME THING HERE.

TRUMP THINKS THAT ANYTHING PRODUCED IN SICH A WAY NEEDS TO HAVE A TARIFF PUT ON IT SO WHEN IT COMES BACK TO US ACROSS THE BORDER, IT HAS THE SAME RETAIL PRICE AS IF IT HAD BEEN MADE RIGHT HERE IN THE USA BY OUR OWN WORKERS.

Sorry about the caps, but I'll correct, not retype, and beg forgiveness!

I hope you get the idea, and get yourselves away from the Dem's attitude of getting anything anywhere fore cheaper and allowing copyright infringement along the way"

Good God.

Anonymous said...

Great idea. Lets create another federal agency to oversee this subjective process. What happened to Republicans being free traders?
Ford is increasing American jobs in the plants that the small cars are being produced in now.

Last i checked , free trade was an American platform, until Trump came along