RWA....Board Hypocrite

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    RWA suddenly you are all for the American worker, railing against all things capitalistic...........yet here you are supporting outsourcing which by definition is a corporation going to a foriegn market seeking cheaper labor. What is the difference between a corporation going out of country for a cheap labor source and a farmer utilizing a cheap labor source that comes to him since you claim that the latter hurts the American worker?

    Yes i've seen that within the last 6 months you've made some posts against outsorcing.....I see that as hypocrisy since the vast majority of your posts on this issue are STRONGLY FOR OUTSOURCING.

    Will you declare publicly that either you are a neocon and believe in capitalism, a paleocon(like me) and believe that capitalism is good but needs to have the American worker put first but without government interference or have you become an outright lib such as you are posturing as in the Wal-Mart thread?

    http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?p=228661&highlight=outsourcing#post228661
     
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    Heh. Paleocon. I like that. :thup:
     
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    Actually, the board shit stirrer is more like it. He’s good at it too. :)
     
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    P i'm just catching RWA being a hypocrite and exposing it, its my right or isn't it?
     
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    RWA bellows the DNC talking points like Howie Dean and John Kerry
     
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    I mean here is RWA who has made a career out of bashing libs, whether it was logical or not is another discussion altogether, and he is ESPOUSING LIBERAL TALKING POINTS like they are going out of style. Its just way too much to let slide!
     
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    My I see I may not have been clear..I meant RWA was the stirrer, not OCA.
     
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    What, exactly, were the liberal ideals that he has espoused? I'm confused. :confused:
     
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    Government intervention through regulation of businesses in the marketplace.
     
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    So, the o nly conservative position is that ther can be NO government regulation in the marketplace? One can't be conservative and believe in loose regulation of the marketplace?
     
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