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Blame it all on this guy!
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Mexican Motors Company. Not Chrysler.
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I think we should have this fellow on the side of our cars in honor of the Mexican heritage of our motors.
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Wait. The commercial on tv and Clint Eastwood said it was made in Detroit.....

And the US taxpayer just bailed out Chrysler corp.

What's all this Italian car with Mexican motor, German tranny, Chinese parts assembled in Canada crap?

George Washington drove the challenger..... Not Napolian, Santa Anna, Adolph Hitler, Mao, or Dudley Do Right.....

The Name was made in Detroit, and then Imported to the car's as they are being built in Canada with parts from Mexico, Germany, China, Japan, Macau, etc etc...

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What happened to the good old USA?

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a German guy with the heart of a Mexican who was originally born in Canada.

at least he's wearing American shoes.....
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Maybe we should get windshield banners with every country's flag that goes into the car made up and display them proudly on our cars?

Is there any parts that are manufactured in the USA? That put our blue collared people to work?

Would be nice to include old glory in the banner too.....

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My "El HEMI" runs pretty damn good. Where were your TV sets made? been awhile since everyone had Zenith TV's that were made in the USA. Heathkit......do they still make those? Tell me if you stop for gasoline and you see on your right a station that has it for $3.34 for Regular. Then you see on the left you can get their Regular for $3.20. Do you make that Left-Hand turn? The U.S. is that "station on the right".

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My "El HEMI" runs pretty damn good. Where were your TV sets made? been awhile since everyone had Zenith TV's that were made in the USA. Heathkit......do they still make those? Tell me if you stop for gasoline and you see on your right a station that has it for $3.34 for Regular. Then you see on the left you can get their Regular for $3.20. Do you make that Left-Hand turn? The U.S. is that "station on the right".
that's why i can't help but to laugh when i get these weird emails or see threads started that say "start buying american made products so we don't have to be so dependent on foriegn goods".

ok, i'll start buying everything American.

my house would consist or milk, eggs and a bottle of listerine.....
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