U.S. factories moved out during Clinton's presidency

Published: September 7, 2012

In 1992, my husband and I took early retirement. Our first trip was to Harlingen, Texas. We loved to travel the back roads to see what was out there. We saw clothing factories — Levis, Wrangler, Fruit of the Loom, Carters, Dickies, etc. In 1998, we drove the back roads again and didn't see one factory in operation. Bill Clinton was elected in 1992 and was still in office in 1998. He's the main reason we have few factories in the United States. Many factories that were in operation in 1992 moved to Mexico. This is what the Democrats have done to our economy. They continue to blame George W. Bush for the bad economy, but what he got was the result of Clinton's sellout of the American people.

Dee Rensch, Canton

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