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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Kerry: Against Outsourcing - Before He's For It

From the Washington Post on outsourcing (full article):

U.S. businesses understand the benefits and values of outsourcing, the minister said, "For every dollar outsourced by the US business, it gets back five to ten dollars." This view was tacitly encouraged by none other than Strobe Talbott, a Kerry adviser and former top State Department official in the Clinton administration, who paid a visit to New Delhi last month.
According to the New Kerala news site, Talbott said that India need not worry about the controversy over business process outsourcing "getting out of hand" if Kerry was elected. Talbott said "Kerry understood 'the economic good reason of trading through outsourcing as a necessity despite his political opposition,' and, added, that on the advice of his economists, he had left enough room to change his policy."

Kerry just can't be honest. He plays the "outsourcing" card, as with every other issue, to get votes. What an ass.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny. It was the PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA who said that outsourcing brings the US $10 for every $1. DO YOU THINK HE MIGHT BE LYING?

"Unlike Kerry, Bush supports or is openly neutral to outsourcing jobs to India," Patel says. This from your article. It doesn't sound like Kerry is for outsourcing from this statement.

Goody goody for India.

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Headline from WeeklyWorldNews.com

"THOUSANDS of proud but penniless Americans are flooding into Mexico and Canada in a desperate bid to find steady work and job security that are no longer available in the outsource-crazed U.S.!"

Thank you George Bush! Why don't you go to Mexico also when you lose the election?

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More Republican outsourcing. Bush continues to allow banking laws to be weakened. The FDIC wants to repeal the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977. Now the poor can have their money outsourced to rich neighborhoods.

12:40 PM  

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