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Love Letter

Fil-TX Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 10:53 AM
And Titan has to "wait for the European Works Council's approval to exit"? Titan doesn't have the freedom to do what's in it's best interest but is subserviate to the ECU's approval? Just a preview of what's coming to the US if we keep leaning toward the same European-Socialistic economic/political practices.
Larry Mr. T234 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 2:47 PM
That was GOODYEAR, not Titan, that is still subject to the French and ECU regs. TItan was smart enough not to be held hostage. But our own American companies are stymied at every turn by the STUPID demorats our precious voters put back in power for another 4. How I despise these liberal foolsof whatever party.
There have been many wonderful letters written through time on a number of topics including love (Napoleon, Beethoven and Lewis Caroll), fatherly advice (Reagan and Fitzgerald), and condolence; perhaps none better than Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby, but my favorite letter of indignation, honesty, and dire warning came this week from the CEO of Titan (TWI) to the industry minister of France.

On January 31 of this year, Goodyear Tire made the decison to close its sprawling commerical and farm tire plant in north France. The company in fact decided to bolt Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. It simply became too...