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Rev. Jesse Jackson

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The man America once voted “the most important black leader” in an Associated Press poll gives stimulus-happy Uncle Sam a piece of his mind. “I was in Malaysia a month ago. And I went to the BMW plant, where workers—at max, $6,000 a year—are making BMWs that sell for $60,000. Massive profits,” he tells BlogTalkRadio. “Well, would you make a car in Detroit or make a car in Malaysia? I went to a place called Free Shell. They make computers and microchips. Workers there make $2,500 a year. So unless there's some plan to deal with balancing trade, we can't survive as a manufacturer.”

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