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Sorry, But Outsourcing Isn't Evil
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8/3/2012 | 5:38:12 PM
re: Sorry, But Outsourcing Isn't Evil
The only reason outsourcing is not going away is our politicians are owned by the same corporations doing the outsourcing. The only reason the feds keep printing worthless money is the outsourcers know the migration to developing countries can only be sustained by the american middle class. If they destroy it too fast they won't have a market to sell whatever they produce offshore. Chinese and Indians are still not able to buy most of the stuff they're producing
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8/3/2012 | 4:02:53 PM
re: Sorry, But Outsourcing Isn't Evil
Off-Shore outsourcing is evil.
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