Skip to comments.U.S. Bridges, Roads Being Built by Chinese Firms
Posted on 01/17/2012 1:09:14 PM PST by Sprite518
Cities hire Chinese instead of American workers for building projects.
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U.S.A.Bridges and Roads Being Built by Chinese Firms
Here is the link,
Unions are illegal in China. They also built our railroads.
The Chinese are simply making improvements on their new rental property.
Just don’t call them coolies.
Response: Of course!
Comment: " In declining states the leadership intuitively choses the most harmful course of action."-A great historian 1888
Guess there’s no unemployment benefits in China, huh?
Does this mean the sale and consumption of opium will once again be legal?
It’s so insane... it’s mind blowing!
No there is more money in keeping it illegal.
Look at what happened to Alcohol after they ended Prohibition... Once it was decriminalized it just was no longer profitable compared to when it was illegal.
This is back from 9/23/2011 and got a little play around the net but not a lot as best as I can tell.
Okay it’s less than 90 days old.... ????
It still applies, and yes it need to get out.
Excuse me 4 months old... It still applies.
Yes, it does!!! I tried to find a transcript of the ABC video, but did not. It must just be the tip of an iceberg. Additional info.
"They say there is a shortage of welders. Go to Texas and get the welders laid off from the oil industry. There are hundreds of certified welders there looking for work. If they can import them from China, then they can import Americans from Texas."
"The entire project, which will require 100,000 tons of structural steel, is now expected to cost $6.2 billion (as of July 2005), up from a 1997 estimate of $1.1 billion (for a simple viaduct) and a March 2003 estimate of $2.6 billion that included a tower span."
Mole shover leady jobs to boost the economy!
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