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A methanol plant is good for Texas City - The Galveston County Daily News : Letters To Editor

October 25, 2014

A methanol plant is good for Texas City

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  • gecroix posted at 10:28 am on Mon, Aug 18, 2014.

    gecroix Posts: 3000

    Then don't buy any Dodge or Chrysler products because the bulk of that money goes to now parent company FIAT...that's in Italy...
    All part of a thank you to American taxpayers for dumping billions of our dollars into Chrysler Corp...twice...

     
  • pflinn posted at 8:31 pm on Sun, Aug 17, 2014.

    pflinn Posts: 260

    It isn't as though we are not invested in their country and they are not invested in ours, already. If Texas City doesn't compete for this plant, it will go somewhere else, taking the white collar and blue collar jobs with it. Think of the people and the jobs!!

     
  • Justjay posted at 6:25 pm on Sun, Aug 17, 2014.

    Justjay Posts: 72

    Yep, send the product to china, they make anti-freeze and send back here to sell to us. That's a good deal because you know, they can pay their workers like $8.00 a day to make the stuff. We need to send all the profits we can to china because they need it.

     
  • pflinn posted at 2:28 pm on Sun, Aug 17, 2014.

    pflinn Posts: 260

    Thanks for your informative letter. The plant sounds like a winner for the area, an economic boon with more job opportunities.