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Do you agree with GE sharing American jet engine technoledgy with China?

Jeffrey Immault, Obama's jobs czar and GE's CEO is exporting US military technoledgy to Communist China Western technologies could help China play catch-up in military aviation — a concern underscored last week when the Chinese military demonstrated a prototype of its version of the Pentagon’s stealth fighter, even though the plane could be a decade away from production. more in this article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/18/business/global/18plane.html?pagewanted=all

Asked By: Joe in texas - 9/9/2011
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Its like giving it to Hitler
Answered By: John W - 9/9/2011
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Yes as long as they pay
Answered By: StephenG - 9/9/2011
 
So in this case, you favor regulations.. interesting.
Answered By: Bill Hicks © - 9/9/2011
 
This has been one of the stupidest ideologies America has always had. We did it during Vietnam and we did it by sharing radar technology with France during the cold war years with Russia, now this. We need to s**u and keep out technology to ourselves, especially when there's a military application.
Answered By: Nightwind - 9/9/2011
 
thats ok
Answered By: Hero - 9/9/2011
 
Yes, they will reverse engineer it anyway.
Answered By: Thirsty - 9/9/2011
 
Not really but you have to expect Obama's corporate and labor buddies to stoop to extreme lows.
Answered By: Malevolent Egoist - 9/9/2011
 
Obama is too closely tied to GE. GE has been giving free commercials to him. AS for the trade, I think it's to counter an agreement made with England to sell Rolls Royce engine to CHina. http://news.sky.com/home/politics/article/15797635
Answered By: slew - 9/9/2011
 
Well we are gonna collapse anyway(economically) and It doesn't really matter because China cant attack us anyway because a-We owe them money b-We have nukes and so their is mutually assured destruction.
Answered By: Fehauk - 9/9/2011
 
The only problem I have is Obama pretending to care about the middle class and jobs when his "jobs guy" is the head of one of the leading corporations outsourcing jobs.
Answered By: neon moon - 9/9/2011
 
yes no reason not to
Answered By: Stephen - 9/9/2011
 
Funny thing. I work at GE as a co-op... More
Answered By: lovelydoll - 9/9/2011
 
No , but that is the " catch " in the trade agreements . It is far more than allowing us to sell our products overseas.
Answered By: magick - 9/9/2011
 
The U.S. spends 8 times more on its military than China. China, although officially declared as communist, is moving ever-closer to capitalistic ideologies. Don't worry, lol this is just fear mongering
Answered By: John - 9/10/2011
 
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