Manufacturing growth continues to slow

  • Article by: SUSAN FEYDER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 2, 2010 - 11:57 PM

Production and new orders eased off, but the report wasn't as bad as many observers feared.

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angelica7Aug. 3, 1011:10 AM

by expanding visa worker programs and granting 20Million illegal aliens amnesty? 16Million unemployed Americans...we don't need the extra labor compete for jobs, drive down wages and benefits. Think before you vote this fall...immigration has a much bigger impact on our lives than they want to you to know.

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bottomlineAug. 3, 10 1:33 PM

Sorry folks ...but "immigration" doesn't "drive down" anything.

It only "allows" wages and benefits to more easily float to their free-market equilibrium points.

Unfortunately, this equilibrium point is substantially lower than what most Americans think they are ....er ...."entitled" ...to.

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acctsah1Aug. 3, 10 2:31 PM

First I read a story this morning that consumer confidence is all but destroyed and no one is buying anything and now this lie that manufacturing growth is slowing down. Who writes these lies? Is Carl Rove writing these lies? I have very good sources that tell me we are in a recovery so I don't know what this and other stories are talking about. I think this may be a conspiracy involving Fox News, Karl Rove, and Joe the Plumber attempting, in secret I may add, to concoct an evil plot designed to destroy the president.

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woeismeAug. 3, 10 4:14 PM

just a figment of someone's wild, socialistic imagination.

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