February 25, 2014

Quote of the Day

Bottom line -- We "played nice" in Ad Age because the people involved are all, well....nice. I'm just at a point in my career where I want to associate myself with messages that speak directly to the issues that are important to me. That's why the Walmart ad was so appealing. A $250 billion investment in US manufacturing is worth talking about, and very much in keeping with the goals of my own foundation. If any other "Oppressors" are looking to make a similar investment in America, drop me a line. I'm happy to "shill" for any company that get this country back to work. -- "Shill for the Oppressors," Mike Rowe
I've mentioned that I struggle with a full three cheers for a "Buy American" message, but I like the cut of this guy's gib. Joe the Plumber lacked the chops for a political career, but this young man? He could go as far as he wished. Quote of the Day Posted by John Kranz at February 25, 2014 12:42 PM

You mean, even to the ultimate "dirty job" - POTUS? I could see that.

Posted by: johngalt at February 25, 2014 1:01 PM

These people who criticize WalMart's "Buy American" ad are the same ones, I'm pretty sure, who told us the reason WalMart sucks is they only sell us cheap Chinese-made crap. #Hypocrite #NeverHappy

Posted by: johngalt at February 25, 2014 1:12 PM | What do you think? [2]