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Flentje teaches city administrators. The whole process sounds like extension of the welfare state to businesses. Businesses that can get government subsidies don't have to worry about operating efficiently.
1 posted on 02/07/2011 8:00:34 PM PST by kathsua
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In the process, taxpayers, employees and anyone else available are squeezed for all they are worth.

In other words, inefficiency is being squeezed out of the system.


2 posted on 02/07/2011 8:03:58 PM PST by taxcontrol
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In a contracting job market they would seem to have the upper hand.

We let the landscape become what it is. In order to license or contract in the state or sell in the state, there should be thresholds negotiated. If you draw below that, you can’t sell here. The federal government should be required to award business to US corporations. If the portion located outside the US is too low, they should be ineligible. There should be a way to control this.

What appears to be happening is the businesses dictating to us what they will do. Lack of regulations, lower labor costs and plenty of competition for technology in lower -cost countries by more cash-flushed rival countries hastens the denouement.

It’s not too late, but the sun is setting...


3 posted on 02/07/2011 8:14:04 PM PST by One Name
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