Insourcing Jobs: Is it Anti-Indian or Pro-American?

Insourcing Jobs: Is it Anti-Indian or Pro-American?

Washington : DC : USA | May 04, 2012 at 1:59 PM PDT
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There are some who say President Obama's initiative and mindset to bring jobs back to America is "anti"-Indian, or anti-India ... but is it really?

Maybe America shouldn't be outsourcing any jobs until this nation is up and running again, economy-wise.

Question: If America is out of work, and the jobs are out of the country, what does it matter what happens to India?

Answer: It matters much. But there is such a thing as priorities ... a blind man can't help another blind man out of a ditch, unless his name is Ray Charles.

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American workers and the unemployed think jobs within U.S. firms ought to stay in America.
greeneink is based in Denver, Colorado, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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