?The tariffs on the metals, it?s one of many factors [that] caused us to go out in the middle of the year and announce the price increase, which is pretty unusual.? Most directly, Quincey was referring to a 10% tariff on aluminum imported from the E.U., Canada, and Mexico, enacted alongside a 25% tariff on steel imports.
How does criticizing the president equate to wanting the US to fail? Of course I don?t want that
No, you just want the President to fail. I guess you can't stand to see the economy do so well or the unemployment be so low. You always look for the smallest detail of what he does wrong. Obviously you don't like him because you didn't complain when Obama weaponized the IRS or spied on US citizens. It seems to me that you have a double standard...one for the democrats and one for the Republicans. In my opinion that isn't right.
Cokes have 10 teaspoons of sugar in them. They are the largest single source of sugar the American public gets. Drinking less cokes would be a good thing for the public.?
I have little to very little hope that Americans will give anything up in relation to tariffs. They won't even read the back of packaging to see where something came from to try to support our fellow Americans and God forbid they forgo an entire type of product.
I once posted a list of American made goods on a forum and suggested maybe we start getting serious about supporting American manufacturers and people joked and said, You don't actually believe in that do you?!" This was about 10 years ago when I noticed you almost couldn't find a single toy in the toy section made in America.
A country of snowflakes we have become; our parents and grandparents that saved zip ties and plastic bags and eschewed debt like it was poison should slap us all. Well... most of us anyway. :)