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Old 23 Jan 2005, 01:00 pm   #1 (permalink)
Ski
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La times this morning. toyota to open mexican plant .By toyota, I will not
buy your product and put Americans out of work. NEVER
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Old 23 Jan 2005, 03:25 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Ski wrote:
> La times this morning. toyota to open mexican plant .By toyota, I
> will not buy your product and put Americans out of work. NEVER


Before you get on your Huffy Bike and tear out into traffic, you MIGHT want
to consider which model(s) are affected by this Mexican assembly plant.
Might not even be complete vehicles ... only components.

As long as NUMMI stays viable, I'm content.
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Old 30 Jan 2005, 08:30 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Hey Ski:
Toyota also announced new plants in San Antonio, Texas and in Jackson,
Tenn.
Those will employ a lot of Americans, so are you back in the fold now??

You could buy a good 'ol PURE AMERICAN car like a big Ford
Crown Victoria. -- Which is really made in Canada !!!

Dick

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> La times this morning. toyota to open mexican plant .By toyota, I will not
> buy your product and put Americans out of work. NEVER



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Old 31 Jan 2005, 08:33 am   #4 (permalink)
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Dick Byrd wrote:
> Hey Ski:
> Toyota also announced new plants in San Antonio, Texas and in
> Jackson, Tenn.
> Those will employ a lot of Americans, so are you back in the fold
> now??
> You could buy a good 'ol PURE AMERICAN car like a big Ford
> Crown Victoria. -- Which is really made in Canada !!!
>
> Dick
>


I'd bet a lot of the Crown Vic's sub-assemblies and components are made or
assembled in Mexico as well.
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Old 31 Jan 2005, 03:02 pm   #5 (permalink)
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On Sun, 23 Jan 2005 19:00:26 GMT, Ski <ski@nospamtoday.com> wrote:

>La times this morning. toyota to open mexican plant .By toyota, I will not
>buy your product and put Americans out of work. NEVER


Toyota loves to put people out of work. I spent 3 years working on a
case where toyota refused to pay for about 40% of the steel they used
in europe from 98-2000, lotta people went, or going bankrupt there.
Its comapny policy.

Besides, if you want to blame someone for job losses - look at a US
government which actively encourages companies to send jobs overseas.

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Old 31 Jan 2005, 07:57 pm   #6 (permalink)
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So you are saying you will never buy a product made elsewhere? Well
than we know you are also never buying a new TV , Radio, CD, DVD,
Stereo, Microwave, Vcr, Camera, Camcorder, Phone, etc etc etc etc etc
etc etc etcetera. And if you consider foreign parts as your peeve you
will be living in a cave ,walking.

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Old 01 Feb 2005, 10:10 pm   #7 (permalink)
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On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 19:57:50 -0600, ransley@webtv.net (m Ransley)
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> So you are saying you will never buy a product made elsewhere? Well
>than we know you are also never buying a new TV , Radio, CD, DVD,
>Stereo, Microwave, Vcr, Camera, Camcorder, Phone, etc etc etc etc etc
>etc etc etcetera. And if you consider foreign parts as your peeve you
>will be living in a cave ,walking.


Not me, perhaps you should have replied to the original poster.

I meerly said that screwing people out of jobs is considered normal
business practice for toyota. They even do it to their own executives
(i know of over a dozen high level resignations and firingsg from
2000-2002)

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Old 02 Feb 2005, 06:24 am   #8 (permalink)
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Ktech I should have directed it to O.P. ski, sorry

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Old 04 Feb 2005, 08:14 am   #9 (permalink)
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ransley@webtv.net (m Ransley) wrote in news:25688-41FEE21E-268@storefull-
3132.bay.webtv.net:

> So you are saying you will never buy a product made elsewhere? Well
> than we know you are also never buying a new TV , Radio, CD, DVD,
> Stereo, Microwave, Vcr, Camera, Camcorder, Phone, etc etc etc etc etc
> etc etc etcetera. And if you consider foreign parts as your peeve you
> will be living in a cave ,walking.
>
>


I will never buy a product made by Americas enemies and that is Mexico
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Old 04 Feb 2005, 11:31 am   #10 (permalink)
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On Fri, 04 Feb 2005 14:14:32 GMT, Ski <ski@nospamtoday.com> wrote:

>ransley@webtv.net (m Ransley) wrote in news:25688-41FEE21E-268@storefull-
>3132.bay.webtv.net:
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>> So you are saying you will never buy a product made elsewhere? Well
>> than we know you are also never buying a new TV , Radio, CD, DVD,
>> Stereo, Microwave, Vcr, Camera, Camcorder, Phone, etc etc etc etc etc
>> etc etc etcetera. And if you consider foreign parts as your peeve you
>> will be living in a cave ,walking.
>>
>>

>
>I will never buy a product made by Americas enemies and that is Mexico


America's worst enemy is itself.


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