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Re: Outsourcing issue flares up at Stanford chip conference

From: ajv2003
Subject: Re: Outsourcing issue flares up at Stanford chip conference
Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 21:46:30 -0500
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threeseas wrote:
ziliath wrote:
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You have to spend money to make money and each amount
spent has to be efficiently spent, which in times gone
by would have meant investing in USA, but not any more.

If Americans have no jobs and no money to spend, how will the economy stay afloat? Answer: it won't,
the since the US is widely perceived as being the
engine of the world economy, the world economy
will also take a dive.

Times are changing and you change with it

How do you suggest? Move to India? Win the lottery?

This vicious anti-social campaign against outsourcing
must stop and everyone affected restructure

This quasi-religious idea that new success will come
if we just believe in it enough is very ignorant. The rich
are screwing the poor and the middle-class in America,
and there is no solution but regime change.

there is NOT an outsourcing problem.

if you do your research and follow the money you will find it was wrongful, world level, stock market manipulation that caused such events as the dot com boom and bust as well as events leading up to 9/11... and even the war on iraq.

meaning, if there is a real outsourcing problem then the US would simple make up a bunch of lies against any country getting such outsourcing and  then go and kick their ass.

do a search on google for "Trillion dollar bet" and find and read teh transcript. ---- then ask yourself what really caused world com and enron bust?

Money doesn't appear and disappear out of thin air and money of the amount around a trillion is hideable by how?

this idea some seem to have about abusing labor in other countries in order for the US to be top economic ....bla bla bla... is crap.

Outsourcing is really doing nothing more than contributing to balancing economic fairness in the world.

if you have a problem with that, then its clear what kind of person you really are.
Oh, t'is so nice to make your home in Disneyland.

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