What do the candidates plan on doing to reduce unemployment in America, and their stance on outsourcing jobs?

"It is absolutely essential that Congress reform the regulatory, legal, tax, and fiscal environment in this country so that employers in America can grow their businesses and put unemployed Americans back to work" -Walter B. Jones

Asked By: - 12/6/2011
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All the republican candidates are pro-outsourcing US jobs to lower paid foreign workers. In fact they have gone on record supporting tax breaks on the expense of moving US jobs overseas.
Answered By: Cantankerous - 12/6/2011
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As president, would you support raising taxes on US businesses that outsource jobs to other countries and give tax breaks to those businesses who create jobs at home?
Answered By: Tweety - 12/6/2011
Those able to check history - even very RECENT history - and to pay attention to the GOP candidates, are aware they all say they'll REPEAT policies that are already proved job-creators.
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 12/6/2011
Government does not create productive jobs but, it absolutely can cause them to be moved out of the country or to be eliminated. This is done through legislation, tax codes, and regulations. The candidates all want to reduce the burden of these items on business. We all need to understand that businesses do not pay... More
Answered By: Ray - 12/6/2011
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