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, September 26, 2015

America's Consumers Are the Solution!

For years Americans saw American made items slowly being replaced with imported products. The majority of the imported items had the well-known American logos on the products, so reaching for the same brand name items did not concern America’s shoppers. As the flood of imported products began to be discussed by America’s consumers, store owners were telling customers that the products they were selling were the same brands and same quality and that they were saving a lot of money by purchasing the imported items.

Businesses that outsourced production to foreign countries and national and local distributors benefited more from imported products and hoped that America’s consumers would continue their buying habits forever. Fortunately, efforts like American Workers Need You and American Workers Radio, along with media outlets across America, have been uniting millions of Americans who are now focused on changing the imbalance of products sold in America.

As America's consumers see what is happening to America’s industries from outsourcing manufacturing and other related jobs, they no longer want our country to continue to be a sales point for foreign made items and are joining our efforts to restore at least a 50% balance of all products sold in the U.S.A.

We are on a roll and with more of us working together good things continue to happen. Supporting American workers representing small and large businesses, non-union and union and the self employed remains the key to our success. The fact of the matter is, we already have companies all over the U.S.A. up and running and ready to accept purchase orders to manufacture the products which are now largely being imported. After a review of industries in America we saw that many of America’s businesses were forced to downsize because they were unable to compete with the foreign competitors. We can't allow this to continue and with more people supporting us more businesses in America can become fully-operational again.

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