Paula traded her Buick Rendezvous for a Lincoln.
This car should be just right for Paula including her SCUBA diving ventures.
(l-r) Handing Paula the keys was salesperson Renee Campbell at Mills Ford in Brainerd, the same one who sold Mark a Ford Edge two years ago.
This car has all the bells and whistles.
Paula even likes the sun roof.
Now she'll have to use suntan lotion while driving.
Fasten your seat belt, Paula.
Mark and Paula purchase and drive
American brand vehicles. It is good for American employment
and for the U.S. economy.
When they do that, they are employing American designers, engineers, and corporate people whose earnings go into the American economy.
A car that is "made in America" puts only a little money into the U.S. economy. The rest of the money goes to jobs in a foreign country.
Bad news for America. When you've sent the money away, it is gone. If you spend it on Americans, it is spent again for goods and serives in this country.
The choices we Americans make aren't just for ourselves, they are also for our nation's children and grandchildren who need jobs today and tomorrow.
|Quote of the day: Good going, Paula! Mark
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