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

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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