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Am I really suppose to believe generation outsource telling me that this is Obama`s fault?

Wal-Mart dropped their made in America slogan way before Obama was in office. Ross Perot was warning us in 1992 that we would here a giant sucking sound coming from the economy in the future. We are out of credit aka voodoo economics as Bush Sr called it and now the outsourcing is showing. But like Michael Ruppert says, "I don`t care if everyone understands". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rkgx1C_S6ls http://collapsemovie.com/ .

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The curren't lack of growth and lack of job creation are, in fact, directly attributable to policies enacted by the Democrats and signed into law by Obama... More
Answered By: Mjǫlnir - 10/12/2011
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I think a stagnant wage for everyone put the top 1% (whose wage quadrupled) is Obama's fault. Clearly he was in office in 1979 when it began and he's been making those economic decision for 31 years.
Answered By: Forget War Buy More - 10/12/2011
 
No, it isn't Obama's fault. It's Clinton's fault. HE'S the one who sent our jobs overseas---and people like you applauded him for doing it... More
Answered By: goodluckwithhat - 10/12/2011
 
Do you really like obama?
Answered By: destined - 10/12/2011
 
Nope, its not Obama's fault, outsourcing started in the 70's, was backed by the government in the 80's, reenforced and subsidized by the feds in the 90's, and during the last decade companies were given incentives to cheapen their products. Its been a long time coming and that is why more of the US is owned by foreign... More
Answered By: Mark G - 10/12/2011
 
If you don't you are going to be in a pitiful minority come November 2012
Answered By: Gunny T - 10/12/2011
 
Well if you want to see more outsourcing then raise taxes on businesses. . The major reasons behind outsourcing are high taxes, cost of labor and regulations. Which are Obama's plans.
Answered By: Innocent - 10/12/2011
 
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