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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012 8:07 a.m. MDT

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FT
salt lake city, UT

Mitt's a car guy. He knows more about what these car companies do than the people who run them. If you think we're sick of this campaign just think how the people in Ohio feel.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Mitt took an internet rumor and tried to make an issue of it. Trouble was, the rumor was untrue and denied by the Jeep people themselves.

A_Chinese_American
Cedar Hills, UT

JEEP was talking with China Guangzhou Auto Group .The facts speak for itself!

Bloomberg had an interview with Jeep’s President, who stated they were planning to shift production of all JEEP vehicles from US to China because of the Chinese citizens strong desire for JEEPS from America! It was Mike Manley himself saying this on Bloomberg interview!

Manley at the time, stated that Chrysler was in talks with China’s Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. about the move of JEEP production to China!

Great news that Obama bails out Chrysler with our American tax dollars. Only to have Chrysler confirm this by Manley in a previous Bloomberg interview that they planned on shifting JEEP production to China.

Then suddenly, Chrysler denies the whole thing as the Obama camp! Just go to Bloomberg to fing that Manley interview for the truth!

I’m tired of the Obama lies! Romney gets my vote over the 4 years of lies by Obama camp!

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Oh the irony.

Coming for the guy who championed and pioneered off-shoring, out-sourcing to Communist China.

Now, only to be called in the latest lie by the Auto Industry itself.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

LDS Lib, Mark B
why do you insist on distorting things? Chrysler's CEO said they were not moving production to China - he did not deny that the expansion of Jeep production is going to China instead of Ohio.

If you are producing 100 units of anything and decide you can sell 150, you increase your production capacity by 50. Chrysler is doing this, but instead of adding the capacity in Ohio, they are adding it in China and there is no benefit to the US worker.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Let's get this straight.

Government didn't save General Motors! They stole it with our money.

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