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  • Southpaw

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    If I am not buying gun stuff, then it's food, bills and savings when possible. I don't regularly buy much of anything else for myself, nor does my wife.

    We do shop for the kids clothes there twice a year and I could probably find somewhere else that sells US made kids clothes however with the way they grow, I will admit, we need to buy at a low price. I suppose a good way around that would be to buy second hand, so at least we aren't buying more imported items and just reusing what is out there already.
     

    mikeofcontex

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    I wonder what happens when we buy used. Regardless of where the product was originally manufactured, it's here now. IMO... we'd make even more difference if we used resale shops. Our credit cards would appreciate the reduction in cost.
     

    jrbfishn

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    Bullshit, I work at wally world, I do not think 5% of the stuff in it is made in America. How can you buy it? Most of what is made in America is made overseas and built in America.


    from a non-recovering coffeeholic
     
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