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Posted on 11/03/2010 12:12:54 AM PDT by HushTX
I remember which party defends tax breaks for corporations that moved operations and your job overseas (0:17)
Before I really dive into this issue, I want to address a related concern. This anti-Republican, anti-conservative, pro-Democrat advertisement begins with a complaint about moving jobs overseas. The creators of this ad are the same people who believe in and promote a global community, one world, and potentially even one world government. They want an international economy, but for the purposes of this election they are trying to look like supporters of job security within the United States. Dont be fooled.
So what are they really talking about in this ad? Theyre talking about outsourcing, the process by which big companies reduce employment of United States citizens and instead hire employees from, and usually in, foreign nations. A well known example is telemarketing. Who hasnt been on the phone with a Pakistani named Fred or Bob? What is also ignored is the trend of insourcing that is continuing to grow. While America remains stable and continues to be a primary consumer, foreign businesses are bringing their goods and services to the United States. This creates jobs. If you have any doubt, go to a Kia store.
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I'm sure folks will find errors here and there, or disagree with some of the assessments, and that's fine. But all in all I think at least some will enjoy the response to this ridiculous Democratic spew.
Tell us allah bout it!!!
“Tell us allah bout it!!!”
You win, my FRiend. You win forever. That was great.
The Democratic Party is only playing to their audience. I noticed that the campaign ads paid for by the Democratic Party all were aimed at the less thinking, more ignorant part of the electorate. If their attention span was less than a month they believed the ads.
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