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Old 10-02-2012, 08:01 AM
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Again, right on.

One more job here, one less body who needs to take a handout from the corrupt govn't that is being financed by who......china. It's all tied together. This sorry bleeding heart crap that it's a world economy now, so we may as well go along to get along is a huge part of the problem. Keeping the money here as much as, and whenever possible makes us that much stronger, especially now when we really need it both for jobs and security. It also serves to keep the enemy (because that's what china really is) that much weaker. For pete's sake, those bastards hacked into the whitehouse today to try to get at the launch codes and details on when and where obama will be, and who will be gaurding him at any given moment. I think obama is totally uselss, but I hate the chinese gov't he depends on even more. They are the end beneficiary of the dollars we spends on crap made there.
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I guess you should never buy anuthing made in china ever again....good luck with that
You're part of the problem obviously. Do you speak Chinese? Great, now move there.Let us know how you like it if you live through it.

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Come on bro. That's just not reality right now unfortunately, and having the attitude that it's no use fighting it anymore is not helping the country out at all, but if people would simply refuse to buy as much crap from china as they possibly can, they would be helping to keep us safer and stronger here, and them weaker there since the chinese are so dependent on us for buying the vast bulk of the crap they make.
Amen again my fellow American.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:10 AM
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So be it, the guy's who put this country together were wrong and the stupidity of the masses has proved it.
No, they got it right. They also saw us screwing it up. They foresaw the stupidity of the masses. It has all been foretold by the likes of Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin. Even Dwight Eisenhower saw it coming and spoke about it often.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:51 PM
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No, they got it right. They also saw us screwing it up. They foresaw the stupidity of the masses. It has all been foretold by the likes of Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin. Even Dwight Eisenhower saw it coming and spoke about it often.
Thank you Richard, you beat me too it!
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:58 PM
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if the country was run the way the constitution intended and no more then we wouldn't be in these problems. the government is involved in far too much
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Old 10-03-2012, 04:03 AM
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but if people would simply refuse to buy as much crap from china as they possibly can, they would be helping to keep us safer and stronger here, and them weaker there since the chinese are so dependant on us for buying the vast bulk of the crap they make.
I like to be honest about the China debate so I must speak up. The US is not China's biggest trading "partner". The European Union is.

http://ec.europa.eu/trade/creating-o...untries/china/
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:59 PM
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I like to be honest about the China debate so I must speak up. The US is not China's biggest trading "partner". The European Union is.

http://ec.europa.eu/trade/creating-o...untries/china/
I was speaking of us as a country. Maybe I should have been more precise, but I think most got the idea/point.
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:20 PM
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Amen bro....

You're part of the problem obviously. Do you speak Chinese? Great, now move there.Let us know how you like it if you live through it.



Amen again my fellow American.
What problem am I part of, Nafta, gaft, global is good for all of us, according to democrats and republicans.

I do not speak Chinese its hard to learn because Hong Kong is different from mainland China, and the writing is not the same has what we use. Its not hare to find someone who speaks english in China.

Ive visited China and will say their cities are by far cleaner safer and more modern than most cities in the US, I have no plans to move there <hard to find food to my liking> but would like to visit again if I ever get the money do do it again.

Im not trying to be a anti Usa products, but if a exmark costs 10k, and I can buy a world lawn for 5k, both have the same engines, and good hydralics....that leaves me 5k to purchase the rest of my equiptment made in the USA? like Sthil <a German co.> Shindawia < a Japenese co.>

Then i will also have enought to buy a cup of coffee that comes from anothe country, and a tank of gas that most likley comes from another country.
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:46 PM
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So these mowers are no good because those red commie bastids own too much?
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:17 PM
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So these mowers are no good because those red commie bastids own too much?
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Yeah, that's kinda what I'm thinkin' we're supposed to be thinkin'.
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:09 PM
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Ok, so for some actual feedback on the mower and not where it's made. My old boss has owned exmark for 15 years and this year was needing to replace one. Our exmark dealer picked up the worldlawn brand and he bought one and has used it all year and is very happy with the cut quality and the overall quality of the machine. He said it bags way better than the exmark and its stripes sweet too. We bag a lot in NE Ohio so that is a huge plus for us. So as far as the mower itsel he is planning on purchasing two more next year. For half the price of an exmark (and I'm not saying anything bad about them they are a great mower) it's hard to pass up. I'm buying one in the spring. Hope this helps
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How are the mowers doing?
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