Drinking With Bob: Olympic Uniforms

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10 Comments on “Drinking With Bob: Olympic Uniforms”

  1. marine4evrrr Says:

    Well, the manufacturing of the uniforms HAD to be subbed out to China. We’re too busy gearing up after we’re come out of the recession, as shown in the graph https://doctorbulldog.wordpress.com/2012/07/09/wanna-see-what-employment-growth-looks-like-in-america/

  2. Noreen Says:

    Bob for president!!!

  3. Big Frank Says:

    Bob on point as usual, no outcry on the real problems and world political mess from the self serving pompous blowhards that try to pass themselves off as ‘esteemed’ representatives of the people.

  4. Whats next?

    3…2…1… Bob has a massive heart attack or other medical issue.

    But I digress…

    We should be MANUFACTORING American made…



    But as we know our system has allowed for us to send out our employment and goods to other countries.

    Time to go back to the basics. Manufactor and Assemble our own goods BETTER than other countries and bring back Americas pride in AMERICANM MADE and put OUR people back to work.

    • Big Frank Says:

      Sadly over the past decades good paying skilled jobs have become our biggest export, while at the same time poverty has become our biggest import. The bleeding heart liberals still adhere to the premise that we can ‘save’ the whole world and solve all of it’s problems. It just makes me sick to see the billion$ of our dollars squandered on aid that ends up in offshore banks and the pockets of our ‘allies’ and alleged ‘friends’

    • Gonzo Says:

      That’s a great sentiment, but how will you get enough Americans to pay a little extra for better quality, instead of selecting the cheap crap made in china sitting on the shelf right next to it? Blame gvt and big companies all you want, but in the end, the customer made the choice long ago.

      I recall a particularly enlightening conversation I had with a GM union worker about 25-30 years ago. He was chastising me for buying a foreign car. I asked if the stereo he bought was made in America. If the TV he bought was made in America, etc. He got angry and insisted that that was different, that those items were too expensive for him to buy from American made companies, (that was back when there were American electronic brands), and that I just needed to pay the thousands of extra for an American car of lower quality.

      At that time, the difference in price was below 20% for consumer electronics and appliances that were American made and the American quality was higher. The choice by this “buy American” champion was to look out after his own “best interest”, and ignore his own mantra when it suited him.

      So, how will we change that mindset?
      How will we change the mindset of those who insist that they will not work for anything under $20 a hour, as that is below them? – and frankly, you can make out better on welfare.

    • Gonzo Says:

      There used to be a choice in products.
      You used to be able to find 2, 3, 4, different brands and quality of just about anything on the shelf. There was the cheap crap, the middle of the road stuff, and the high end stuff that maybe was marginally better than the mid-grade stuff.

      I learned to buy the mid grade stuff, as the extra money was worth it, as the cheap crap was more expensive in the long run. It failed more frequently, leading to buying more in the long run.

      Unfortunately, most people dont think in those terms.
      They live by very short term monetary consideration.
      Buy cheap-ass-crap now and complain later when they get what they paid for, only to run out and buy cheap-ass-crap again… and again,…. and again.

      There will be manufacturing in America again – after we finish sliding to the status of 3rd world country and people are begging for any kind of job, cause they can no longer even afford the cheap-ass-crap that they so loved, and channeled to their own demise.

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