Funny, I can vaguely recall when Carrier was a New York State company. Ah, those were the days. I digressed. Back, Little Donny delivers on a campaign promise, New York Times and Little Bobby Reich upset, via Red State:

One of the promises Donald Trump made during his campaign was he would keep companies from moving jobs overseas or into Mexico. One company, Carrier, was going to move 2,000 jobs to Mexico. According to the New York Times, Carrier arranged a deal with President-Elect Donald Trump and Vice-President Elect Mike Pence to keep 1,000 of those jobs in the state of Indiana:

Little Bobby’s reax:

“I think it’s pretty clear Carrier did this because the public relations cost to them was far greater than the short-term savings,” said Robert Reich, a prominent liberal Democrat who served as secretary of labor in the Clinton administration. “Even though it’s political theater, these are real people and the longer they are employed at Carrier, the better.”

Sadly, it appears that Little Bobby did not get the memo from J. Forbes Kerry that air conditioning, except in and for the State Department is evil and must be eliminated.