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  1. Cris, this could really go all day.... LOL eastcreek, Chrysler is calling Romney a liar. They tried setting him straight but he only toned it down. Romney said he wanted no part of the auto industry as a young man and decided on other business besides his father's. If they can't compete in China sells from abroad and want to expand - that's business. Has nothing to do with the U.S. - Ford builds in several other countries. Toyota build in the U.S. for U.S. sales. Show some smarts.
  2. Is something seriously wrong with you? I've told you several times to see Chrysler. Get the straight story. My link
  3. Jeeps are a big market in China. They'd like to eventually make all Chrysler 'models' for sales in China. Models means more than jeeeeeeps. Sorry for the exaggeration of jeeps!Chrysler “We’ve grown much stronger in Asia to make up or compensate for some of the difficulties in Europe,” Manley said. Europe will be in “very difficult, tough times” through at least 2013, he said. Boosted by strong demand for the Grand Cherokee and Compass sport-utility vehicles, Jeep sales in China have more than doubled to 33,463 this year through September. The brand topped total deliveries for all of 2011 by July of this year. Chrysler’s 2014 international sales target is “certainly within reach,” Manley said. The European auto market is on track to plunge in 2012 by the most in 19 years, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association. LOL right about Chrysler looking to build a plant for jeep production in China but not to move U.S. jeep production to Chinnnnna. Not losing any jobs in the states, hiring 1,110 more.
  4. Romney triggered these slanted versions. Read Chrysler's comments about how this started... They have nothing to hide, it's business. Also, shipping back to the states is not the answer. Ford does tha same in other countries. Toyota build car here to keep cost down. Business, this is a scare from Romney from the story he said he read! I posted several times. LOL DM, yes make all models, not all cars. Cris, you gotta love your people
  5. Fiat SpA (F), majority owner of Chrysler Group LLC, plans to return Jeep output to China and may eventually make all of its models in that country, according to the head of both automakers’ operations in the region. Fiat is in “very detailed conversations” with its Chinese partner, Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. (2238), about making Jeeps in the world’s largest auto market, said Mike Manley, chief operating officer of Fiat and Chrysler in Asia. Chrysler hasn’t built Jeeps there since before Fiat took control in 2009. The bodies of 2012 Jeep Compass and 2012 Jeep Patriot sports utility vechicles (SUV) move along the assembly line at the Chrysler Group LLC assembly plant in Belvidere, Illinois. “The volume opportunity for us is very significant,” Manley, who is also president of the Jeep brand, said in an interview at Chrysler’s Auburn Hills, Michigan, headquarters. “We’re reviewing the opportunities within existing capacity” as well as “should we be localizing the entire Jeep portfolio or some of the Jeep portfolio.” Chrysler, which entered an alliance with Turin, Italy-based Fiat as part of its U.S. government-backed bankruptcy, is relying on growth in China to counter weakness in Europe’s auto market. The automaker is targeting 500,000 annual sales outside North America by 2014, more than triple its overseas deliveries in 2009. Chrysler currently builds all Jeep SUV models at plants in Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. Manley referred to adding Jeep production sites rather than shifting output from North America to China. WHY DOES ROMNEY INSIST ON SCARING FOLKS IN OHIO AND MICHIGAN WHEN CHRYSLER SET HIM STRAIGHT! Except move is not the word, returning production is the line. Fiat SpA (F), majority owner of Chrysler Group LLC, plans to return Jeep output to China and may eventually make all of its models in that country, according to the head of both automakers’ operations in the region.
  6. LOL, Comes from Chrysler over a story that Romney read from Chrysler and made a story of it himself. LOL YOU ARE AMAZING!!!! THE COMPANY CHRYSLER - NOT LEFT WING On Oct. 22, 2012, at 11:10 a.m. ET, the Bloomberg News report “Fiat Says Jeep® Output May Return to China as Demand Rises” stated “Chrysler currently builds all Jeep SUV models at plants in Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. Manley (President and CEO of the Jeep brand) referred to adding Jeep production sites rather than shifting output from North America to China.” Despite clear and accurate reporting, the take has given birth to a number of stories making readers believe that Chrysler plans to shift all Jeep production to China from North America, and therefore idle assembly lines and U.S. workforce. It is a leap that would be difficult even for professional circus acrobats. Let’s set the record straight: Jeep has no intention of shifting production of its Jeep models out of North America to China. It’s simply reviewing the opportunities to return Jeep output to China for the world’s largest auto market. U.S. Jeep assembly lines will continue to stay in operation. A careful and unbiased reading of the Bloomberg take would have saved unnecessary fantasies and extravagant comments.
  7. Altercation is between Chrysler and Romney. Mitt Romney ad suggests US auto jobs headed to China.
  8. Presidential Polls 2012: Gallup Puts Romney Ahead Nationally, in Swing States, and With Early Voters LINK It’s one week until Election Day, and President Obama is nowhere near where he needs to be to walk away with a second term on November 6. The latest presidential polls show former Governor Romney tied or ahead now in several key states. An average of the national presidential polls according to Real Clear Politics show Romney ahead of Obama nationally, 48% to 47.1%.
  9. Posted at 10:44 AM ET, 10/30/2012 Link: Deceit without Recourse. Romney expands false Jeep-to-China ad campaign By Greg Sargent Mitt Romney’s new television ad suggesting that the auto bailout will result in American jeep jobs getting shipped to China has been widely pilloried by news organizations, both nationally and in Ohio. The Romney campaign’s response: It is expanding the ad campaign. A Dem source familiar with ad buy info tells me that the Romney campaign has now put a version of the spot on the radio in Toledo, Ohio — the site of a Jeep plant. The buy is roughly $100,000, the source says. The move seems to confirm that the Romney campaign is making the Jeep-to-China falsehood central to its final push to turn things around in the state. The Romney campaign has explicitly said in the past that it will not let fact checking constrain its messaging, so perhaps it’s not surprising that it appears to be expanding an ad campaign based on a claim that has been widely pilloried by fact checkers. The move represents a gamble on Romney’s part. The audacity of this falsehood makes it easier for the Obama camp to raise doubts about Romney’s character, integrity, and honesty — and to make the case that Romney not only failed to support the bailout when Ohio needed it; he’s now lying extensively to cover it up. Yesterday in Ohio, Joe Biden slammed the Romney camp by saying: “Have they no shame?” As Steve Benen put it, this episode demonstrates more clearly than any other yet that Romney “believes we’ve entered a post-truth era and the disincentive has disappeared — he can repeat falsehoods with impunity without fear of consequences.” This falsehood is particularly pernicious — it plays on people’s fears for their livelihoods. As I noted earlier today, the president of a United Auto Workers local that oversees workers at the Jeep plant says that after Romney first claimed Jeep was moving production to China, the union received a bunch of calls from workers worried about their jobs. Ultimately, this may be Romney’s only recourse. It’s the only response Romney has left to the fact that he got it wrong on a policy that helped save an industry linked to one in eight Ohio jobs, and Obama got it right. And who knows — it just might work for him.
  10. My apologies SnotRocket, I really didn't know what your message meant especially with your comment about me not answering your question; and I thought I did. No more of the name calling and slinging remarks about intelligence. Again, I don't know what a libtard is except perhaps a rude slanted remark of people who actually have a challenge which isn't cool on any level in retrospect. As far as your other descriptive remarks, I dismiss them, I know I obviously pissed you off. I've had the wrath of Dive and he/she has little to offer on actual reality; mostly seems to be a conspirator. But thanks for the heads up!
  11. DinarM you're out of you're mine. Read the past remarks for on topic discussion. You guys take things off topic constantly and call others out of line. She/he was out of line with her remark to me. Kill it and get back on topic! If she didn't like my elongated answer then that's her problem. I'm not a yes or no man. That's flat-out stupid. She was silly enough to at first glance think they received an average of $60 dollars per household. That's ignorance if you prefer to get personal! Back on topic without the threats and snotty remarks!
  12. What kind of snotty remark was that Snot? And reading is not that difficult. You only biith and have no ability to resolve. Thats it, you have no resolve. Stop your biithing and pats on the back for more silly comments. Do you perhaps need a good poke? i don't poke bears.
  13. Someone popped in to make rude comments... thats all he has I suppose.
  14. Endorsements to date: Obama = ? Romney = 7
  15. And these are the good christians supporting with pluses. A damn shame, i can't call them my fella Americans! Mods are on their jobs huh.
  16. I see Romney trying the bully aggression as in powerhouse businesses. It will turnout like this administration and one party will quit on him. He can't fire them LOL. Ill play more golf then run for mayor in a couple of years. - peace.
  17. Shipping will always be a line item, the question is cost applied. My link Chrysler Group said profits soared in the third quarter, helped by a remake of its product lineup and the introduction of the Dodge Dart compact sedan. The Auburn Hills, Mich., automaker said its net income rose 80% to $381 million compared with the same period a year earlier. Revenue rose 18% to $15.5 billion. “We’ve changed the conversation at Chrysler Group,” said Sergio Marchionne, the chief executive of Chrysler. “We have revamped our product lineup with such segment-defining models as the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Chrysler 300.”
  18. Not about Obama, it's admirable that you, as an Independent, are so protective of a republican candidate that you overlook your own values in honesty. Anyway, it was a good conversation.
  19. Totally out of line, but if you post these remarks, provide a link for accuracy of your actual accusations. LOL avoiding the implications of job loss remember. You're saying it's okay to mislead, like candidates do?
  20. Shipping cost is a line line item. Back on topic, why wouldn't Romney back off his distorted version of Chrysler story when asked? He change the ad but still left implication of jobs leaving, funny. See how easily a thread can be hi-jacked or change directions?
  21. According to Chrysler, they're hiring another 1,100 or so. As a business person, to compete in China they would at least need to lower shipping cost.
  22. That's something we can agree 100% on! I only see gripes on here which indicates do nothing followers And yes, our people on the top are appeasers.
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