Is out sourcing jobs still good for our Economy?

During the 2004 Election when asked about out sourcing jobs W said it would help our economy... How is that working out? Jerry your right Clinton signed NAFTA and WTO but it was all stuff that was in the work before him. Clinton was Republican Lite in most of his fiscal policy.

Asked By: McCain drives me Insane - 2/16/2009
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outsorcing only helps the coroprations it has no positives for the American workers... More
Answered By: froggy_logic - 2/16/2009
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our prez is also outsourced.
Answered By: ifeelgood - 2/16/2009
say what? Help the economy? i don't see the benefit in laying off hundreds of american employees
Answered By: aronie - 2/16/2009
No, because Indian computer code is crap. Look at that failure, Windows Vista.
Answered By: Tifa - 2/16/2009
?? Why not ask Bill Clinton since he is the one that wrote NAFTA... More
Answered By: Jerry J - 2/16/2009
It gives us lower prices, so it's a trade-off. Those aren't real professional jobs anyway......just dirty factory/manufacturing jobs.
Answered By: Healthy Environment - 2/16/2009
lol it never was, but there would be a lot of redtape involved in giving them back to Americans at this point ... American's are lazy, greedy, inferior workers, join unions, file grievances, unemployment, file law suits, demand light duty, etc, etc, etc foreign workers, work like hell, for a few cents an hour
Answered By: sister_magic - 2/16/2009
"Is out sourcing jobs still good for our Economy?" No. But to hear Obama tell it, outsourcing condoms and abortion info to foreign countries is good for our economy.
Answered By: bmovies60 - 2/16/2009
Lowers ultimate cost of products; yet if nobody has work in the US that cost is always too high. So nobody left that can buy. IMO a very bad option for all.
Answered By: Zam - 2/16/2009
We all knew it wouldn't work in the first place! That a**hole was just helping out his rich buddies!!! And now look! He's rich and retired and my generation is going to have to work it's f-ing ass off just to survive because W a stupid selfish piece of shit!!!
Answered By: jess - 2/16/2009
Outsourcing jobs helps big businesses expand and create more jobs; in theory, anyway. In reality, when businesses realize they can get cheaper, better labor elsewhere, they don't expand here. For example, in Singapore, you don't have bully unions demanding high wages for unqualified's just easier to set... More
Answered By: Tobias Maximus - 2/16/2009
It depends on what you define as "out sourcing". For example, if a manufacture completely uproots and moves to another country it necessarily doesn't help the economy since we have individuals who will be without a job. However, the product does become cheaper and more people will save money in their pocket that they... More
Answered By: civil_av8r - 2/16/2009
Yes... outsourcing is a very good deal for all of the world, not just the USA. Stopping thinking local, start acting Global. Thank you High Wizard Gore.
Answered By: jafman2000 - 2/16/2009
It is not good for the economy but with the raises in taxes towards corporations they have to take their jobs out of the country to make a profit which is why they are in business in the first place.
Answered By: Navy ACC - 2/16/2009
Outsourcing jobs help in theory, most economist I have meet are idiots. They do not understand that if you have no job you cannot buy a product even if it is cheaper... More
Answered By: Fresh Jeff - 2/16/2009
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