Why did cons send our jobs overseas?

Then complain about the unemployed? Don't blame me, I voted for Perot. Hear that big sucking sound? Our jobs have left the building! Clinton may have signed it but it was Daddy Bush's little project and the republican congress finished the job.

Asked By: imfoxygirl - 11/5/2010
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Ross Perot and Pat Buchanan were right. The Republicans have given away our jobs and made us pay for it. They then gave special tax breaks to corporation who shipped our jobs overseas. The ultimate insult was last Tuesday when we elected the theives once again. You noticed the first priority of Mitch McConnell is to... More
Answered By: dbackroyal - 11/5/2010
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They didn't.
Answered By: Pfo - 11/5/2010
Answered By: Troy - 11/5/2010
So they can create more jobs for teabaggers in america.
Answered By: Friends dont let friends tea bag. - 11/5/2010
Because liberals drove employment costs to a physical number of dollars that was higher than the number of dollars the companies took in as profit.
Answered By: El Tecolote - 11/5/2010
I voted for Ross Perot as well and it wasn't cons who sent jobs overseas it was Unions and Liberal govt who scare off businesses over their greed! Look at all the liberal ran cities- how the Unions destroy those cities- the liberals suck!
Answered By: obama is a wolf in sheeps clothing - 11/5/2010
It was Clinton that signed NAFTA.
Answered By: Darren - 11/5/2010
liberals are too lazy to do them, .........they are too busy fighting for sexual priorities and legal pot than actually going to work...somebody has to do the act like if 20 million jobs opened up that liberals would get off their "entitlement behaviors" and aply...what a joke....
Answered By: Ron R - 11/5/2010
They dont. Democrats did with taxes regulations and greedy unions
Answered By: Primo - 11/5/2010
Yeah dont blame Clinton. All he did was sign NAFTA. Give me a break.
Answered By: Perzia Shammas - 11/5/2010
You don't blame the guy that signed it into law. Liberals are a sad little group of people.
Answered By: The Return of the Ghost of Hunghugely - 11/5/2010
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