Is outsourcing jobs to third world countries this centuries version of slavery, what has America become?
Countries that have no child labor laws, no minimum wage laws (or extreme lack thereof) are sent American jobs in order to boost the profits of the wealthy while the right-wing lies about it saying because of regulation in America they can't compete? What will happen when Americans can no longer afford these products after the oligarchy of wealthy businessmen send all jobs (even legal jobs such as paralegals are being used in India to draft petitions for the lawyers out here) out of here? It is just a matter of time.
Asked By: White Trash Fascist Right-Winger - 12/23/2011
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you know obamas own jobs czar sent jobs over seas.
Answered By: Ding fries are done. - 12/23/2011
Additional Answers (10)
Big business is not the friend of the American people but communism and socialism is defiantly not the answer.
Answered By: Creech - 12/23/2011
Normally I'd say "passe'" but clearly the audience for whom you constantly rehearse your newest material must be easily impressed by the old "cafe' marxist" act...so I'll give this effort a solid "c+"...You would have earned a bit more if you'd managed to work in one of the "standards" like "Imperialist" or "bourgeois... More
Answered By: u_bin_called - 12/23/2011
LOL it's not like they have to work for the companies stationed in those countries. BTW, I hate outsourcing, but comparing it to slavery is ignorant and insulting to ACTUAL slavery.
Answered By: Wake Up - 12/23/2011
Definitely, couldn't agree more. Even in America, the average white income is 50:1 to that of a black's income, and 30:1 to a hispanic's. It wasn't due to some innate ability, let me tell you that much. Tell me who the real victim is here?
Answered By: The Truth is HERE - 12/23/2011
Not only sweat shops and outsourcing, but actually real slavery still occurs, as in no payment for work whatsoever and no chance of freedom. It's really horrible and we should all stand against it. Whenever you buy an item of clothing or toy or something you know that a slave made it in a foreign country and is... More
Answered By: John Smith - 12/23/2011
Slavery is the Ownership of another human being. Period. you can't just keep expanding it to include anything you want to call slavery.
Answered By: Big One 0909 - 12/23/2011
Products would become less affordable if they came back to the US because like it or not, labor in the US costs more than labor in China and India. The wages paid to the workers those jobs are outsourced to in those third world countries cannot support the living standards in the US. Companies care most about profit so... More
Answered By: Fried Lemons - 12/23/2011
Ahh it's called supply and demand, if nobody is buying then there will be no need to produce those products and all the factories overseas will close and you will get your wish... More
Answered By: joseph b - 12/23/2011
Corporations are not and shouldn't be welfare... More
Answered By: Carlos G - 12/24/2011
Capitalism demands that the majority of production labor be exploitable and indoctrinated to accept and demand that they be devalued/debased as valuable members of society... More
Answered By: Brace for shock - 12/26/2011
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