how do social liberals think of Steve Jobs and Mark Zukerberg billionaires? why not Occupy Silicone Valley?

Steve Jobs has Apple products such as iPhone are outsourced in China and $600 each cost. Why not Occupy movement stop Steve Jobs from outsourcing American jobs?

Asked By: - 2/28/2012
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I don't know anything about Zuckerberg, his company, what it does or how it does it but I think an Occupy Apple would be every bit as appropriate as Occupy Wall Street. Apple (and Microsoft for that matter) are poster children for everything that is abhorrent about contemporary US capitalism. They attempt to violate... More
Answered By: nokilleye version 2.0 - 2/29/2012
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Those companies have armed security is my guess.
Answered By: Return of Bite My Shiny Metal... - 2/28/2012
We hate steve Jobs and Zucerberg. Both were greedy scum scounderals who were zionist filth. No poor people live in Sillicon Valley.
Answered By: Cronus - 2/28/2012
Answered By: ditty - 2/28/2012
You're thinking of fiscal liberals, not social liberals. I think that they should be taxed more, but they don't screw over Americans by altering the entire economy to suit them. Occupy isn't against the outsourcing of jobs, it's against businesses acting as political entities. Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg haven't... More
Answered By: Republicans Downvote Me - 2/28/2012
Ummm...Mr. Jobs has left the planet.
Answered By: Radio 32 - 2/28/2012
Because Steve Jobs never ripped anyone off, the way banks rip people off with fees for overdraft services they don't want in the first place, or kicking people out of their homes because they're unemployed for a year, when they could work with those people. He ran an honest business, selling his products only to people... More
Answered By: Crockoduck - 2/28/2012
They worked hard and earned it. They didn't take advantage of people like the bankers did.
Answered By: gomanyes - 2/28/2012
But Apple and Facebook are trendy. Liberals love things that make them seem "in".
Answered By: kolton - 2/28/2012
Don't blame a shark for doing what it's bred to do. I have never "blamed" corporations for doing what they're supposed to do.. deliver profits to themselves or their shareholders if they're publicly traded... I'd certainly hope that's what they would strive to do. My gripe is with the political system, which is... More
Answered By: Peter - 2/28/2012
The Silicon Valley at least provides a product and a service that is necessary in the 21st century and actually provide a source of innovation for the world. Banks and speculators do not innovate, they do not perpetuate any creativity. Not only that, but they rig the system so it fails, then bet money that it'll fail (... More
Answered By: Feynman Thegreat - 2/28/2012
Steve Jobs, Mark Zukerberg, Bill Gates etc. made their money off creativity and hard work. They didn't make it off speculating, manipulating the market or charging ridiculous fees and commissions.. Jobs and Zuckerman did not ruin the economy by buying up loans and inflating the housing market to unsustainable levels.
Answered By: wyldfyr - 2/29/2012
I have always thought Steve Jobs was a douche... and now he is a dead douche. I don't buy apple products, I don't need to occupy anything. (FYI... nothing at all to do with his business. He did tell a judge that he was sterile in an attempt to get out of paying child support) I have no opinion of Zuckerberg.
Answered By: Drixnot - 2/29/2012
Your question is based on a myth from right wing brainwashing. You think libs have something against money. Wow, I will try not to insult you... More
Answered By: power - 2/29/2012
they don't, in fact they don't even think about that number of people who are liberal types who are in the 1%.
Answered By: Tom W - 2/29/2012
Your right about Jobs. Apple is a closed model, secretive, anti-competition company who exploits human labor overseas. I think their products are garbage and only actually useful for graphics designers and 14 year olds... More
Answered By: Nicholas J - 2/29/2012
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