Days of Old America gone forever?
Every time I go to the store to buy something, I always look to see where it was made. Very seldom these days can you find an item that proudly displays that ol’ tried and true – “Made in the USA.”
One of the worst things is that it seems like we just don’t make anything any more. I’m beginning to wonder what we have done wrong. What’s happening?
I want my old America back. You know the one I’m talking about – the one that used to proudly manufacture good, solid goods of all types and descriptions.
I don’t want to see “Made in China” on nearly everything. I don’t want to see “Made in India” on things that the stores offer us these days. I hated it when I saw “Assembled in Mexico” on my Chevrolet a few years ago. What’s that supposed to mean? Assembled? That sounds like “Made in Mexico” to me. Somebody gave me a shirt that says “Made in Vietnam.” Say what? Didn’t we have a war with them a few years back?
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