I don't think Boeing will move 777X to Texas. If there needs to be a seaport at whatever site they choose, why would they pay extra for a trip through the Panama Canal? I think the logical choices are Everett or Long Beach. Long Beach has a soon-to-be-idle plant and skilled work force. (But I'm not sure the C-17 plant is large enough and that skilled work force ALSO belongs to strong union who gets them paid what they are worth.
In short, I believe the entire exercise is the famous Boeing foxtrot, the dance where they periodically twist Washington state's arm and demand to know "Where's the love?" Last time, it was about the then-called 7E7.
This is opinion, not any inside information. Indeed, I'm pretty sure anyone who works for Boeing has more inside info that I do. I may be wrong. With this top management, I believe anything is possible, whether rational or not. They could decide some village on the shore of Hudson's Bay is a seaport. All they need than is icebreakers, and they can probably get Canada to pay for those.
I think he does that because simple minds are easily distracted. Like moths to light, bees to flowers, moles to lawns.
Well, whoever he's posting about, he only posts about them. No one else. Ever. I wonder why?
You certainly post about me a lot. But you don't say much.
Is that because you are so busy thinking deep thoughts?
Yes, they could move to, oh, say Uganda. They will be well-paid there. In chickens.
You seem to assume that maximizing income is their only goal. Is that because it is yours?
Who mentioned it THIS time?
(By the by, if your sphincter is red, it must be from over-use.)
Well, as they say in the 1st Inf. Division: "If you're going to be one, you might as well be a big red one."
A Ted Nugent lie (that he's not well enough to serve) isn't harmless to the guy who had to go in Ted's place.