HUNTER WALKS THE WALK
Puts his money where his mouth and principles are
Detroit, MI – Republican Presidential Candidate Duncan Hunter gave a tangible demonstration of his support for U.S. manufacturers in a campaign stop in Detroit today. On a mid-morning visit to Suburban Ford in Sterling Heights, MI., Hunter made good on his "Buy American" platform. He bought American by driving off with a brand new Ford F-150 pick-up truck. "Some may call this a cheap political stunt," quipped Hunter, "but my wife will call this an expensive gesture."
Hunter said he traveled to Michigan to make it clear that he will follow through on his commitment to American businesses. As President, Hunter said he will restore the strength of this country's manufacturing base.
Hunter has contended, in his campaign swings, that good high-paying manufacturing jobs are being lost to China and other countries. "Our manufacturers are forced to compete against foreign competitors that benefit unfairly from currency manipulation, and from bad trade deals."
Hunter added, "One of the duties of the American President is to make good trade deals. We have a bad [trade] deal and, as President, I will rectify it."