When one thing slows, another begins to flow, and with a continual slowing economy and Washington politics at a revolutionary stage, the people in “power” are to blame for much of the everyday man’s economic distress. With loose trade agreements, lobbyists with executive deals in mind, and politicians following Wall Street’s bottom line, it’s left the “American Working Man” out of a job — funny even to say “American Working Man” these days; the phrase becomes more ancient as they steadily pass.
This has left much of American small business, especially blue collar jobs, to fend for themselves; a faction that although can immediately be drowned out in a room, becomes the most important factor during the hard times.
Manchester Wood would like to take this blog post to thank ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, Today in America with Terry Bradshaw, AmericansWorking.com, MadeinUSA.org, StillMadeinUSA.com, and the others who have spoken in support and/or have showcased our products. Thanks to these folks American business has a voice and a potential awakening factor to the mainstream American consumer.