From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
& American Workers Radio, 11 A.M. Wednesdays
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, March 4, 2017

25 Million is a Realistic Goal!

If America’s consumers focus even more of their buying power to support America’s manufacturers and local businesses, we could create 25 million new jobs for American workers. That’s not considering the jobs that are reported in the media as being created, because the majority of those jobs are replacing the 300,000 workers that retire from the workforce each month. I’m talking about 25 million NEW jobs created as a result of industries expanding their product lines and services in the United States of America to meet the demands of America’s consumers.

Supporters of the Buy American Made Campaign have been making a major impact on helping businesses remain stable, and our efforts have also been encouraging businesses to expand in America as we purchase made in America. However, we need even more people to participate in order for us to reach our main goal of no less than 50% of everything sold in America proudly displaying a made in America label.

Our supporters have been voicing their dissatisfaction about the imbalance between foreign and American made products sold in America, and it has made a major impact on keeping jobs for American workers. You are urged to continue to speak up where you shop so that store personnel not only hear about your dissatisfaction, but relay your dissatisfaction to their product merchandisers who have the power to help America’s industries expand their product lines in America.

Only when we can all go shopping and find 50% of items like clothing, cell phones, computers, televisions, appliances, eye glass frames, and hundreds of others with a made in the U.S.A. label, can we feel our efforts have been successful.

With your participation we’ll be able to create the 25 million jobs we all agree would change the landscape of America and allow more American workers to be able to support themselves and be part of the new global economy. Thanks for your participation.

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