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, October 13, 2012

No Matter What Happens on November 6th

At this point we are days away from the November 6th election. No Matter What Happens on November 6th, I urge you to remain committed to supporting the efforts of the Buy American Made Campaign and support products made in the U.S.A.

The loss of ten-of-millions of jobs over the last 30 years is hard to understand because America has led the world in inventions and quality products. I'm often asked the following questions:

Why have things changed so dramatically in America?
Is it America’s national leadership?
Is it greed?
Did national leaders not notice that America's population is growing and that people need jobs to support themselves?
Is there NOW less concern for the well-being of the American people than there was before?
What is the real reason for the situation in which America finds itself today?

Regardless of how you answer these questions, the Buy American Made Campaign offers a concrete solution to our economic troubles. In order to turn things around I urge you to remain UNITED and support one another and to circulate more of your hard earned dollars in America's economy for the products and services provided by American workers who represent our families, friends and neighbors. If we want more American made items in our stores we have to create a demand for them.

Think about today's message and consider how you can help American workers and the businesses that employ them. I'm looking for our national elected leaders to take action, but I see for now, using our purchasing power to support items still being made in the U.S.A. has been helping American workers remain on the job with more job possibilities on the way.

This is Michael Blichasz. Thanks for spreading the word and for supporting American workers. You can listen to our live radio broadcasts or rebroadcasts the links located on: I welcome you suggestions and thank you for your comments. My email link is located on the front page of: