Couldnt the government give some incentives to companies who employ workers in the u.s instead of outsourcing?

I just dont get how outsourcing benefit the us government...If it dont why dont they match the benefits that the companies will get when the hire overseas personnel.....Captilasm greed can come back to bite and haunt this country once it all said and dont.

Asked By: userx - 10/2/2010
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The Obama administration is not interested in stopping outsourcing especially to places like China. They are however guilty of hypocrisy - the following is taken from the link attributed... More
Answered By: Di - 10/2/2010
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they could but then americans might start feeling good about themselves
Answered By: crow t robot - 10/2/2010
And who pays for this great f**king idea you propose? Oh I forgot, 0bama has his stash!
Answered By: Baron58TC - 10/2/2010
The companies can't get the slave/sweat shop wages here. And it would involve more government spending which would mean bigger government. Do you want that even if it was feasible? Conservatives are hollering all the time keep government out of the private sector.
Answered By: Will - 10/2/2010
Voters need to look at what is a simple to grasp thing.......a president supported by the dems in congress want to raise, inject or in anyway make businesses small or large pay even $1 more to operate from any tax, fee or cost in the worst economy in decades - then expect those same employers to hire, falls well within... More
Answered By: Facts not spin - 10/2/2010
This might be a reason. The below is from the Communist party USA web site... More
Answered By: PollyAnna - 10/2/2010
I am not sure. I do believe that the administration is trying to prove that we are equal partners in the world community, and is using the resources of the US economy to aid the rest of the world. Giving companies incentives would be counter productive to that agenda
Answered By: Talos - 10/2/2010
I think government spending money is the issue. If the government subsidizes a company, they are giving money to the company (taxpayers money) which is stretched already. Maybe outsourcing is bad, but it doesn't involve every one's money either so the rich probably could care less.
Answered By: Kris - 10/2/2010
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