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Percentage wise, more jobs were outsourced under Obama than Mass. under Romney. And if we talk
In The News / 8:46 AM - Monday July 16, 2012

Percentage wise, more jobs were outsourced under Obama than Mass. under Romney. And if we talk

numbers then Obama by far lost more jobs than Romney. Obama's dihonest campaign is clouding the whole race. Under Obama tons more jobs have been outsourced than anything Romney had been involved in and if you look at Bain then howcome they were overwhelmingly successful in comparison to the few companies that they couldn't save.... Damn, Obama is just looking bad and like a rotten egg right now.

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I don't think that's true at all. Outsourcing has been done by corporations, not by the government. Globalization started when they sent industries to other countries. Romney was the owner of a company which started that, and now denies that his company did that. Who is lying? Romney. Now corporations are trying to BUY our elections. If we want to save our democracy, vote Democratic.

- Response by A Thinker, Female, 66 or older, Retired

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Who cares? They're both Big Government Authoritarians.

- Response by jillopo, An Alternative Girl, Female, 29-35, Other Profession

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Huh??? Romney's never been president of the US. How can you POSSIBLY compare the jobs record of those two when they've never occupied the same position? Obama's in government, Romney's in private enterprise. You might as well say that more jobs have been lost under Obama than have been lost under your Great Aunt Gertrude - because SHE has never been president of the US either, and the comparison makes as much sense as your post.

Obama never owned a corporation that bought up other corporations, fired all the American workers and then sold it for millions. Obama is NOT responsible for jobs leaving the US, but Romney definitely has been - that's how he increased his millions.

- Response by justpassingthru, A Thinker, Female, 56-65, Financial / Banking

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