You were a loner on that thread, exposing "offshoreing" and no one commented.
Yeah, thanks. No one wants to look at it realistically. They celebrate the creation 1,500 jobs (with a possible additional 6,500) at a price of $244 million (basically if you do the math, the first year's salary is paid for by taxpayers) while ignoring the loss of some 100,000 jobs (between manufacturing and IT). With more results like these we'll be a third world nation in no time.