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  • All you people on the east coast know what to look forward to if MITT is elected. He wants to get rid of all these useless government agencies and let us go to the capitalistic system where everyone is on their own. Yea lets get rid of these stupid regulation we have put on the banks and let them do what they want to make money. His latest add tell us that Jeep production is being moved to China. The CEO of Chrysler says he is not telling the truth. What do you think. Who is telling the truth? MITT or the CEO of Chrysler? MITT is not very truthful.. Who would be dumb enough to believe him? Tell us KID? Do you believe Jeep is moving to China?

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    • The right's assult on TRUTH has been ongoing for some time now. Pick your topic: Climate change? Trickle-down economics? Protectionism? Yet a substantial fraction of the population does not seem to care about facts or believe fact-checking is correct. The old saw "you can fool some of the people all of the time" is apparently true.

      I for one KNOW that Mitt is lying.

    • Lance Armstrong,...There you go again, looking for a fight. FIAT has announced it's intention to build Jeeps in China. That doesn't mean that Jeeps wont be built in the US. Mere political posturing, doesn't impact reality. GM sells more cars in China than they do in the US, most are built in China. I would trust the Mormon more than I would trust Obama &/or Rev Wright..

      “Together, we are working to establish a global enterprise and previously announced our intent to return Jeep production to China, the world’s largest auto market, in order to satisfy local market demand, which would not otherwise be accessible. Chrysler Group is interested in expanding the customer base for our award-winning Jeep vehicles, which can only be done by establishing local production. This will ultimately help bolster the Jeep brand, and solidify the resilience of U.S. jobs.

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