Lets see if I understand your rules for everyone:
1. You can only buy a product that is made in the United States by Unions
2. It can be foreign owned as long as has a Union
3. Price, performance, quality, life, safety is secondary to Union made
4. Some materials can be foreign, %?
5. Walmart is forbidden under all circumstances, double standard or not
6. If you break any of the above rules, you have no right to complain or have opinion
Do I have to also vote for Bernie Sanders? Or is it Donald Trump?
It sure is a sad day in America when I have trouble distinguishing between a potential Bernie Sanders supporter and a Donald Trump supporter.
One thing is for sure. Karl Marx, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler and Che Guevera are probably sitting on the back of Jimmy Hoffa in hell, shovelling down burnt popcorn watching this pathetic show. that's all I got to say about that
......I kid, I tease
1. Not "only buy a product that is made in the US by unions", because for one you'd end up with an empty house since about 90% of everything is made outside of the US now. But if you can buy a comperable US made product and it's within your means to pay the potentially higher price, why the hell would you not? To not do so means you don't care about your neighbors and your own country.
2. The problem with foreign owned by US/union made is that while they do pay fare wages, which is to be applauded, the profits to some extent go overseas. However, Japanese corporate culture is better than the US's, especially in the auto industry, which is why they are so much more successful with better quality vehicles. They don't get a new CEO every ~5 years. Without constan management change, a set course is stuck to and it ends up in success. When you keep changing management, you end up with the Pontiac Aztek which even GM admitted was a horrible ugly mess of too many different ideas combined into one monstrosity.
3. Trying to equate quality to union made is silly. A company could be union and could make the worst junk in the world. But at least the workers would make a fair wage for the work they do. It wouldn't necessarily be the worker's fault if the quality of the materials they use are poor.
4. These days it's not so much about "they can be" as they "have to be" for lack of US manufacturing of the materials anymore. It's impossible to buy a completely USA made TV and has been for probably 20-25 years. It's possible to buy a "USA assembled" TV, however.
5. Walmart is what it is, a Godzilla eating Tokyo corporation. People think Walmart is wonderful because of the low prices, until you point out the slave wage Chinese workers in literal sweat shops, the overworked, underpaid workers, Walmart's history of hiring illegal immigrants and LOCKING THEM IN THE STORE (domestic slave labor) until they finished cleaning, the millions in tax payer funded subsidies handed out to walmart to build their stores, the workers paid so little they have to rely on food stamps; and walmart even recommending their workers apply for food stamps because they are aware their workers are dirt poor because they don't pay them enough. Then the reply said people give is "yeah, but it's cheap prices!" and I say, "but at what cost?"
6. Now you're just being facetious.
It's funny should mention Stalin, seeing as how Koch Brother's father, Fred C. Koch, was invited to and granted entry to Russia by Stalin himself in the 1930s to help him set up oil operations. With the money he got from Stalin, he built his own wealth in the US in oil too and left it to his two sons, who are buying US elections in favor of "no government" in the long term. So in a way, Stalin's money is funding the Republican party, and has been since at least the 1960s when he (Fred Koch) was against the civil rights movement and he began attempts to dismantle the federal government. His sons are carrying on his legacy, and to some extent Stalin's as well.