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Have you asked your local Republican Candidate why he is sending your job to a foreign country?

Whopper, Indeed: Republicans More Responsible for Green Outsourcing As part of our “Whoppers of the 2010 Election Cycle” article, we noted how Republicans ran misleading ads accusing their Democratic opponents of creating jobs in China by supporting the stimulus package. Not only did these ads completely twist the facts, but it was disingenuous for Republicans candidates to accuse Democrats of sending jobs to China when GOP members opposed the “Buy American” provisions that would have prevented this offshoring. Here, we discuss how the GOP’s sustained opposition to meaningful climate and energy legislation played a larger role in sending green jobs overseas than a vote for the stimulus. The ads in question twisted facts from an investigative report that had discovered some stimulus reimbursement funds for renewable energy projects, like wind farms, had gone to foreign-owned companies domestically and abroad, largely because there are few wind turbine manufacturers in America. The latest figures suggest only 0.00037% of the total $700 billion stimulus package, $2.6 million, may have made its way to China; however, the ads claimed that "China gets $2 billion to build windmills," or that the package "sent nearly $2 billion overseas to create jobs in China.” Even though the numbers cited were incorrect (the majority of foreign-owned wind developers were European), America’s weak clean energy market makes it inevitable that development funds will make their way to foreign-owned businesses -- wind turbine purchases are half of the initial wind farm development costs, and the U.S. has only two homegrown wind turbine manufacturers, General Electric and Clipper Wind. What’s more, both manufacturers still import many parts from overseas factories, and their market share has been consistently slipping, thanks to increasingly vibrant wind industries in Europe and Asia. Republican Policies are Responsible for the Dearth of Green Manufacturing Jobs http://www.prwatch.org/node/9616 There is nothing that Republicans can say or do that will remove this massive stain from their shirts.

Asked By: Foghorn Returns - 2/6/2011
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They both have failed us. Now Obama is putting the finishing touches to a once great nation. By design . Thanks Mr Clower, Ms. Pivens and Sal Alinsky- you taught him well.
Answered By: I Hear Black Helicopters - 2/6/2011
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I would, but I was to busy asking Obama why he did so.
Answered By: You are Terminated 2.0 - 2/6/2011
 
Huh? My job is right here.
Answered By: Pancakes - 2/6/2011
 
"dearth"...
Answered By: ellisdee - 2/6/2011
 
"Green Jobs" are a waste and a fallacy pushed for by the far left GW freaks good riddance let some other country spend all the money to develop useless unviable "alternative" fuels.
Answered By: Dr. Phil of sh!t - 2/6/2011
 
It doesn't matter what I say to my Republican representative, he is up and coming young leadership and he doesn't represent our district, he represents his own advancement.
Answered By: ash - 2/6/2011
 
They do not care where the money comes from as long as it keeps coming. There is allot more profit when you don't have to worry about minimum wages and safe working conditions
Answered By: Are you kidding - 2/6/2011
 
Would a republican candidate even care about what the people have to say? Answer: Not at all.
Answered By: teeewalk - 2/6/2011
 
you'd better watch it, they'll call you a rino and the ones that would call you that are enjoying kool-aide
Answered By: spot the cat - 2/6/2011
 
the massive stain is in your mind...the massive stain is another name for liberalism..ask your dear leader why he sleeps with the unions who are the CAUSE of jobs going overseas... More
Answered By: strata - 2/6/2011
 
I own my own business. I never outsource any jobs. I would love to expand my business but the wealthy progressives democrats are putting too many regulations for me to expand my business. DTG
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