Romney pledges to get tough on China
GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney stopped by Stamco Industries Co. in Euclid, OH to offer his thoughts on the U.S. industrial sector.
Stamco makes stamped metal for car parts and other industrial applications. Romney used the event to highlight President Obama’s “failed economic policies” and pledged to hold China accountable for their cheating:
Local news reported the following:
"Manufacturing is big part of Ohio, and of course, its history," Romney said. "I happen to believe that going forward over the coming decade, you're going to see a lot of manufacturing come back to America.
"If we finally crack down on China for cheating, if we also take advantage of the extraordinary energy resources we have here, and therefore low-cost energy, we'll be able to compete with people around the world," Romney said. "I think you're going to find Ohio, and particularly states that are right to work states, bringing a lot of manufacturing jobs back."