What did President Bush mean by americans should embrace the outsourcing of their jobs to india?

While visiting India, president Bush gave a speech at at one point said americans should embrace the outsourcing of their jobs instead of trying to fight it. What did he mean by that? and what did he mean while visiting China, when he told them not to worry...and that even though democrats had won the 2006 election that good jobs would continue to come to them from the USA?

Asked By: ron j - 12/19/2007
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Plain and simple, he was saying Americans had better accept their jobs going to others in a foreign country and those in foreign countries had nothing to fear from him, concerning him being a cog in the wheel! George W. Bush said, Foreign workers are better at some jobs than the American worker! Course....Foreign... More
Answered By: Woody Woodburn - 12/19/2007
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he is a Manchurian candidate!,.Bush and Republicans have agreed to the following, and the policies below have resulted in the biggest illegal transfer of wealth this country has ever seen as well as erosion of the constitution. Thanks alot... More
Answered By: גַּבְרִיאֵל - 12/19/2007
He was talking to India, not to America. He didn't mean anything. It was all PR.
Answered By: gomanyes562 - 12/19/2007
He meant that they should embrace the poverty wage jobs they will have to accept to replace the jobs that they lost because some CEO needed a million dollar raise.
Answered By: Peltast - 12/19/2007
He meant that the US would wind up with a better educational system than before, lol... More
Answered By: Westhill - 12/19/2007
Do you have a source for your statement? I don't doubt you, but everybody's slinging hash these days so some proof is needed... More
Answered By: Larry A - 12/19/2007
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