Fiat sees at least 100,000 Jeeps made in China in 2014

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ra44_mr2 wrote:

Hey wasnt this a big deal last year that Romney told Ohio they were going to outsource overseas Jeep production and the Obama campaign made a big deal how it wasnt true. Funny….i guess Romney was smarter than anyone gave him credit for.

Jan 18, 2013 8:43pm GMT  --  Report as abuse
TruthSeeker59 wrote:

So, let’s look back before the US Presidential election, where Romney told potential voters in Ohio “I saw a story today that one of the great manufacturers in this state Jeep — now owned by the Italians — is thinking of moving all production to China.”

Romney was called a liar for saying this. Obama took Ohio, and now we have higher taxes and more layoffs than before.

The combination of fawning media and a public too lazy to look beyond the MSM, is reducing the American economy further and further.

Jan 18, 2013 8:52pm GMT  --  Report as abuse
StageDriver wrote:

Mitt Romney told the lie of the year – he said Jeeps were going to be built in China. This must be a lie too – Barry and Joe both said it wasn’t going to happen and the 52% ill informed believed them.

:/

I’m glad I’m 70 and won’t be around too much longer to watch this politically induced decay of the country I served.

Jan 18, 2013 10:57pm GMT  --  Report as abuse
ElLeon wrote:

Romney was not “right” because it was purely a coincidence.

Jan 18, 2013 1:29am GMT  --  Report as abuse
FRANKOKUSA wrote:

The other thing not brought out last October is the Bloomberg report that FIAT CEO said they were likely to make Jeeps in Italy. Bet they do.

Jan 18, 2013 2:31am GMT  --  Report as abuse
Cottoneyed77 wrote:

“Low information voters”, obama’s largest demographic, and the sole reason we have 4 more years of his regime. These morons don’t even know where China is or that it’s a foreign country. Our national nightmare continues.

Jan 19, 2013 7:40pm GMT  --  Report as abuse
SSMagus wrote:

Romney did lie. Not one job is being outsourced to China for this Jeep production. These are Jeeps for sale to Chinese buyers.

Jan 20, 2013 11:55pm GMT  --  Report as abuse
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