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How are we going to create JOBS here, when we can't compete with China's low wages?

We keep playing "It's your fault" games over and over (just like politics, elsewhere in the world) but never address the real Elephant in the room .. Does anyone have a REAL idea how we can bring back, or at least replace, good paying jobs, considering the realities of Global competition?

Asked By: - 4/18/2012
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Yes I hear you loud and clear. I hope Mitt takes up Santorum's idea of zero corporate taxes to bring back the manufacturing industry to America. The government should get out of the way and let the free market bring our economy back.
Answered By: TicToc.... - 4/18/2012
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simply using economics... More
Answered By: John - 4/18/2012
 
By boycotting wal-mart and other companies that buy from chinese manufacturers.
Answered By: Ray - 4/18/2012
 
Tariffs. Take the global competition out of the loop. They can make stuff for their people. We'll make stuff for ours.
Answered By: Paul Jackson - 4/18/2012
 
VERY SIMPLE, YOU HAVE BE ABLE TO DO THINGS FASTER AND CHEAPER THAN THEY DO
Answered By: Warren T - 4/18/2012
 
You are right, the problem we have is the elephants. If we can vote these real problem elephants out during the election, we can, among others, stop rewarding companies that get subsidized by the tax payers but send jobs overseas.
Answered By: tunyensr - 4/18/2012
 
You target tax breaks for companies who close down overseas plants and reestablish them in the US, and put a higher tax on Companies that import products made by over seas labor.
Answered By: SupaStar - 4/18/2012
 
1. Dump Omaba 2. Start putting tarrifs on chinas goods 3. Dump Reid so you can get this passed.
Answered By: tylertxanreborn - 4/18/2012
 
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