From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, June 2, 2012

Americans Want and Need More Jobs!

In the last few years the American people have been more vocal about the high unemployment rate affecting America's workers of all ages. When the unemployment rate was around 6%, the effects of outsourcing manufacturing was less noticeable. However today, we see clearly what outsourcing jobs has done to America’s economy and how important it is to restore jobs in the U.S.A.

As more people speak up it is important for us to support the private sector industries located within America’s shores so they can expand and produce more products to compete with those now mainly being imported. By seeking out and purchasing the items made in America you are helping increase employment opportunities, ranging from the production of the items, to sales, shipping, office management, advertising and many other jobs that are needed for private sector businesses to get their products to the market place.

All of us see very clearly that America can't continue to be a sales point for imported products, so it's time for each of us to take a second look at every item we purchase and reward the companies that manufacture and distribute their products in the U.S.A. I also want you to know that your example at the cash register is very important because the computer keeps track of all products sold. This allows store managers to see which products are moving off store shelves and as businesses owners see a trend of more American made products being sold, they will continue to seek out American made presalers.

During this graduation season, spread the word to others about our efforts and invite them to check out:, because Americans Want and Need More Jobs!

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