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H. J. Heinz Co

Postby h2ofwlr » Wed Oct 27, 2004 1:23 am


Teresa Heinz-Kerry

American jobs are OUTSOURCED by John F. Kerry and his wife Teresa
Heinz-Kerry! We need to ask: Why not manufacture in America and ship
finished products overseas?
HEINZ WATTIE'S AUSTRALASIA - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
HEINZ SINGAPORE PTE. LTD. - Republic of Singapore
HEINZ WATTIE'S LIMITED - Auckland, New Zealand
HEINZ JAPAN LTD - Tokyo, Japan
HEINZ-UFE LTD. - Guangzhou, People's Republic of China
HEINZ COSCO - Qingdao, People's Republic of China
HEINZ KOREA LTD. - Inchon, South Korea
HEINZ WIN CHANCE LTD. - Bangkok, Thailand
PT HEINZ ABC INDONESIA - Jakarta, Indonesia
PT HEINZ SUPRAMA - Surabaya, Indonesia
HEINZ UFC PHILIPPINES - Manila, the Philippines
H. J. HEINZ (Botswana) (Proprietary) LTD. - Gaborone, Botswana
REFINED OIL PRODUCTS (Pty) LTD. - Gaborone, Botswana
OLIVINE INDUSTRIES (Private) LIMITED - Harare, Zimbabwe
CHEGUTU CANNERS (Pvt) LTD. - Chegutu, Zimbabwe
HEINZ SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD. - Johannesburg, South Africa
HEINZ WELLINGTON'S (PTY) LTD. - Well ington, South Africa
HEINZ EUROPE - Hayes, Middlesex, England
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY LIMITED - Hayes Park, Hayes, Middlesex, England
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY LIMITED - Telford, England
JOHN WEST FOODS LIMITED - Liverpool, England
H.J. HEINZ COMPANY OF CANADA LTD - North York, Ontario, Canada
OMSTEAD FOODS LIMITED - Wheatley, Ontario, Canada
ALIMENTOS HEINZ C.A. - Caracas, Venezuela
HEINZ ITALIA S.r.l. - Milan, Italy
FATTORIA SCALDASOLE, S.p.a. - Monguzzo, Italy
HEINZ POLSKA Sp. Z.O.O. - Warsaw, Poland
PUDLISZKI S.A. - Pudliszki, Poland
WODZISLAW, S.A. - Wodzislaw, Poland
ETS. PAULET S.A. - Douarnenez, France
H. J. HEINZ FROZEN S.A.R.L. - Paris, France
HEINZ IBERICA S.A. - Madrid, Spain
IDAL (Industrias de Alimentacc, Lda.) - Lisbon, Portugal
MIEDZYCH! OD S.A. - Miedzychod, Poland
HEINZ C.I.S. - Moscow, Russia
HEINZ GEORGIEVSK - Georgievsk, Russia
H. J. HEINZ GMBH - Dm2 m3%ldorf, Germany
HAK BV - The Netherlands
FOODMARK - The Netherlands
H. J. HEINZ B.V . - Elst, The Netherland s
H. J. HEINZ BELGIUM S.A. - Brussels, Belgium
SERV-A-PORTION - Turnhout, Belgium
Arimpex Industrie Alimentari S.R.L. - Rovereto, Italy
Comexo S.A. - Chateaurenard, France
HEINZ EUROPE - UK and IRELAND - Factories: Chorley, Fakenham, Grimsby,
Kendal, Kitt Green, Leaminton, Luton, Okehampton, Telford, Westwick

How many American workers are in these Heinz overseas factories?
Think of the conflict of interest a President would have who's wife owns
business interests in all of these countries.... I don't think people will look the other way on this stuff. Remember over 5,000 jobs in the last 5 years were shifted out of the US to other countires by Heinz

There is nothing I detest more than a 2 faced liar :pissed:
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Postby mccree79 » Thu Oct 28, 2004 6:34 pm

You don’t support John Kerry.

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cut the bush

Postby fowlhunter8 » Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:17 pm

i am so sick of bush backer saying kerry will take away your guns
it is your right to have guns nobody will ever accomplish taking guns away.
and say they some how arranged a miricle and did take away your guns whoe the hell in their right mind would take that job " ahh sir i am here to take your gun please" yeah that what i want to do is go up to a house with an armed man and ask for his gun
come on use common sence no one will ever take away your gun
and for all the bush backers how are you going to use that nice new automatic shotgun when you know longer have a job because bush shipped all the good jobs over seas and crushed all the union along the way. and if you were fortunate enough to have a few spare shells left down the road and go hunting for your diner (because now you have no job) and get hurt oh no i dont have the "luxury" of health insurance

i am not trying to tell you who to vote for but please dont go in uneducated saying
kerry will take away guns
bush will help with abortion

no one will ever touch either of those issues look at the big picture
health care

look at your friend and family and see how there life looks compared to 4 years ago??

just a thought

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Postby mccree79 » Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:23 pm

Thats funny, I don't think either of the first 2 posts said anything about guns. They where about jobs, and the Kerry's shipping them over seas.

Oh... by the way, England didn't think they would lose there guns either.
Boy were they wrong.
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Postby Snaph » Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:56 pm

As far as I know...Fox hunting is now banned in England. Step by step...that is how Liberals work, and how they take things away. Libs want one thing, socialism. Think about that. That is not an opinion, it is a fact.
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Postby hoosier dhr » Thu Oct 28, 2004 8:42 pm

Jobs have been going overseas and to mexico for years, long before G.W. Bush took office. The dumbocrates do want your guns but they arent going to just ask for them or Ban them, they will try to take little things away slowly like hunting privilages. :pissed:
I do have to say i think it would be very hard to do with the NRA and all the militias that are around. :thumbsup:
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Postby talltimber » Sun Oct 31, 2004 1:06 pm

fowlhunter8, I hope you were drunk when you posted that, and dont actually believe it :toofunny:
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Postby mallardhunter » Sun Oct 31, 2004 1:13 pm

Keep working millions on welfare depend on you!!!
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Kerry the lesser of two evils

Postby kilndux » Sun Oct 31, 2004 10:47 pm

If youve had your eyes open during the last four years, there is no way that you should vote for Bush. Five trillion surplus to a three trillion deficit should clue you in a little bit. If thats not enough, do a little research on how Bush governs our borders and how he protects american jobs. This presidency is against Union labor and would rather see millions of Illegal Mexican immigrants infiltrate our land, take our jobs, lower wages ( direct benefit to big business owners ) and greatly increase the gaps between the rich and the poor. The Middle class, which I believe to make up the majority of sportsmen, is going down under current conditions.

Democrats have always backed the working class and I believe is our best bet in this election. You dont have to worry about losing your guns, that will never happen; But you may have to worry about being able to afford shotgun shells in a couple years if things continue the way that they are. And when you ask Bush why you lost your job to an Illegal immigrant who works for 7 dollars an hour, I bet he'll laugh, crack a half of a smile and tell you to get a better education, something that he shoulda done a long time ago.
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Postby mccree79 » Mon Nov 01, 2004 11:50 am

Of course Democrats SEEM to back the working class. They will raise the mininum wage, then they will raise taxes. Have you ever noticed that an afternoon movie at theater cost almost exactly 1 hour of work at min. wage. Always has, always will. Giving people more money per hour will drive up the cost of products. The only way the government can put more money in your pocket without driving up inflation is tax breaks for ALL. Go ahead and vote for Kerry if you want half your pay check to go to the Federal Government.

Tax & Spend= Kerry's record.

Kerry believes in redistribution of wealth. Which is what communism is based on.

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Postby h2ofwlr » Mon Nov 01, 2004 12:36 pm

And of course Kerry has the support of Bin Laden....


November 1, 2004 -- WASHINGTON - Osama bin Laden warned in his October Surprise video that he will be closely monitoring the state-by-state election returns in tomorrow's presidential race — and will spare any state that votes against President Bush from being attacked, according to a new analysis of his statement.

The respected Middle East Media Research Institute, which monitors and translates Arabic media and Internet sites, said initial translations of a key portion of bin Laden's video rant to the American people Friday night missed an ostentatious bid by the Saudi-born terror master to divide American voters and tilt the election towards Democratic challenger John Kerry.

MEMRI said radical Islamist commentators monitored over the Internet this past weekend also interpreted the key passage of bin Laden's diatribe to mean that any U.S. state that votes to elect Bush on Tuesday will be considered an "enemy" and any state that votes for Kerry has "chosen to make peace with us."

The statement in question is when bin Laden said on the tape: "Your security is up to you, and any state that does not toy with our security automatically guarantees its own security."

That sentence followed a lengthy passage in the video in which bin Laden launches personal attacks on the president.

Yigal Carmon, president of MEMRI, said bin Laden used the Arabic term "ay-wilaya" to refer to a "state" in that sentence.

That term "specifically refers to an American state, like Tennessee," Carmon said, adding that if bin Laden were referring to a "country" he would have used the Arabic word "dawla."

MEMRI also translated an analysis of bin Laden's statement from the Islamist Web site al-Qal'a, well known for posting al-Qaeda messages, which agreed that bin Laden's use of the word "ay-wilaya" was meant as a "warning to every U.S state separately."

"It means that any U.S. state that will choose to vote for the white thug Bush as president, it means that it chose to fight us and we will consider it an enemy to us, and any state that will vote against Bush, it means that it chose to make peace with us and we will not characterize it as an enemy," the Web site said, according to MEMRI's translation.
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Postby macdaddy » Mon Nov 01, 2004 1:36 pm

I see also that we have the appeal to the "working man." I've heard about the "working man" for 40 G*d****d yrs & I've seen what the the "working man's" politicians have given us. W. Penna is nothing but a landscape of rusted, abandoned mills & abandoned rail lines that the left had been telling us was "coming back." Now that they couldn't make it "come back" they blame the right for sending jobs overseas. Seems that foreign steel became popular around 1977 when Youngstown, Ohio lost all of its steel mills - who was president? Wasn't Jimmy Carter a "working man's" candidate? Why did this happen? Because the "working man's" party was the same one that imposed heavy environmental regulations that the mills could not afford. Add to that compliance w/ quotas & NLRB rules; a witch's brew of expenses & socialist burdens on industry that drove up the price of steel. & this is not to mention the union's demand for 13 week vacations - yes, 13 weeks - & you can see why Asian steel is so cheap & attractive. Increases in the minimum wage (tied to increases in mill wages) killed the economy & this region. Mccree is right - look how long you have to work to afford a movie. When is the last time that an attendant pumped your gas? How do you think that we got "self serve"?
Ah - illegal immigrants. Most of the votes that Al Gore got in New Mexico, California, Iowa, & New Jersey were cast by illegal Mexican immigrants. They're the left's biggest, growing constituency; think that Kerry wants to lose them? Viva Chavez!
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Postby hoosier dhr » Mon Nov 01, 2004 8:01 pm

The union was good at one time (a long time ago) but now all they do is support the lazy workers. :pissed:
If there is a surplus than they are taxing me to much! :umm:
As much as i dont like it the emmigrants have always been welcomed here, this is America land of the free (do u know what it says on the statute of liberty?) ! :salude:
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Postby Quackkills9 » Tue Nov 02, 2004 11:20 am

you all are just crazy over Kerry about taking our guns away and Bush has some things i dont like about him and of course i dont like anything about kerry, so i voted for the 3rd party because i wont have a difficult time voting for who and there are many issues that come before hunting for me. I'll let america vote and i'll see who will win the election... Good Huntin' :thumbsup: Good luck with deer opener this weekend in ND, MN, where else?
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Postby kilndux » Tue Nov 02, 2004 3:11 pm

Hoosier dhr writes:

The union was good at one time (a long time ago) but now all they do is support the lazy workers.

Major misconception by non-union people is what you just wrote. Unions do protect their people, hence "United we stand, divided we fall" You unite to form a union. Take a history of labor class at a junior college, (if they even have those in Indiana , lol) and find out why unions were formed. I am a member of the IBEW, which is an electrician union, and i work hard for my money. And as a member of a 100+ year old union, i enjoy benefits that have been fought for by my predisessors. These include health insurance, dental, vision, death benefits, and three pensions in which will be essential when social security runs out.

If a man in a Union is "Lazy", he can and will get fired from a job with the reason for severance being "lack of productivity, or insubordination".

You see, in both non-union and union there are lazy people, and they all get whats coming to them.

I know some area non-union electricians who want nothing more than to get into our union. They are tired of being paid low wages and no benefits.

Now not all unions are created equal, I will give you that, but I thank God that I am a member of our local; a local that protects its work and takes care of its hard working members.

Bush/Cheney support "right to work states" and imigrant labor. They are highly non-union oriented. This benefits the big boss directly; He hires cheap labor and makes more profit for himself, its not hard to figure out. Then the big bosses give to bush/cheney political donations so they keep making this lop-sided relationship of boss/workers possible. Cheney really know how that works, he was CEO of Halliburton for years, you know the guys who are rebuilding Iraq at a premium, with money out of your pocket.

Try finding a good paying job in a right to work state (probably down south) . There are not many. Even a union electrician in Florida works at a scale of probably less than twenty dollars.

Probably one of the most popular Republicans said it best,

" The strongest bond of human sympathy, outside of the family relation, should be one uniting all working people."
-- Abraham Lincoln

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