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Message Subject For those still thinking about voting for the Traitor..the Ultimate A-Z guide to Oblabla's first term.
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This is for you suckers..you know who you are.

[link to funkypundit.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Debauchery


for all you suckers:

Romney shipped jobs to China and had his American workers trained their Chinese counterparts.

Then, they packed up the factory, lock stock and barrel and shipped it and their jobs to China.

Romney's advisers are the Bush Gang recycled. You know, the same guys who drove the economy off the cliff.

Where's Romney's tax returns for the last 12 years and where is he squirreling his funds in off shore banks? Better yet , why?

Avoid taxes, oversight or both?

Who is the sucker pal.

Are things great? No. Are they better than 4 years ago when Bush destroyed the economy?

Absolutely!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


You never even read the link did you?

"His "jobs council" is packed with companies that outsource.
Crafted a tax plan that would result in lower taxes for the millionaires who work in his White House.

Attacked Romney for being in charge of Bain Capital during a particular set of layoffs; in fact his top bundler Jonathan Lavine was in charge of Bain at the time.

After repeatedly bemoaning the injustice of Warren Buffett's secretary paying a higher net tax rate than Warren Buffett, it was revealed he also pays a lower tax rate than his White House secretary."


Obama Jobs Council Packed With Outsourcing Companies [link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

"Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, 26 business leaders assembled by the president for job-spurring ideas, includes representatives of several companies that have used outsourcing, fueling job creation abroad and job losses in the U.S. Shipping work to low-cost overseas labor markets has been a trend in American manufacturing for decades. The White House has a plan to curb outsourcing, but companies represented on the jobs council reveal just how pervasive the practice is.

There’s General Electric, whose CEO Jeffrey Immelt has served as chair of the advisory board since January 2011. Since Immelt took over GE in 2001, the company has lost 37,000 American jobs, and added 25,000 jobs overseas, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Some of those U.S. job losses are inflated by the company’s sale of NBC to Comcast in 2009.

Chris Townsend, political director of the United Electrical Workers labor union that represents roughly 5,500 GE employees in the U.S., said the company has closed more than 30 U.S. plants since Obama took office. GE would not confirm the number."
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