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The author is a physician by profession, and a "student economist" by necessity. The current status of our economy necessitates the latter. The intent of this blog is to explain and discuss economics in layman terms. It is designed to promote thought and discussion. It is written by a layman. Comments and critiques of these theories and letters are welcome and ENCOURAGED. Dissenting comments are also WELCOME! They form the basis for discussion.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Pro-Globalization Democratic Party Groups

The following Democratic Party Groups support anti-American, unrestricted Free Trade. They encourage American corporations send jobs overseas to take advantage of cheap foreign labor. They have no concern whatsoever for American workers. They are mainly concerned with satisfying their rich corporate donors. These groups should not be allowed to determine the direction of the Democratic Party. There are numerous Democratic organizations that support this treasonous action. Two of them are as follows:

DLC-Democratic Leadership Council

New Democratics Online


Blogger rightsideblogger said...

definition of treason acording to the Webster dictionary: 1) Violation of allegiance toward one's country or sovereign, esp. the betrayal of one's own country by waghing war against it or by consiously and purposely acting to aid its enemies. 2) A betreyal of trust or confidence.

Mike before you get too far ahead of yourself, what these "treasonous" companies are doing is not treasonous by definition. And to go with the theme of your blog, outsourcing can be very good for the economic well being of the population of our country. It allows our consumers to buy more goods for less, thereby increasing standard of living. It also allows for the people of our nation to improve their own lives by furthering their education so that they get better paying jobs. It allows others to become creative and futher technology.

It also good for the countries that these companies go to. While the labor force is less expensive for the company, they do employ more people that would otherwise not have the oppertunity to be gainfully employed and thus improve the standard of living in the host nation. And I thought the Democrate party was all about the "global economy?" Well this is what happends in a global economy, it truely becomes an economy with no borders, so if you follow that logic, these companies are not really "outsourcing." They are just going where they get the most for thier investment. That is what companies do, and if they didn't... well then we wouldn't have companies like Crest or Chevey, brand names that we all know. Why you ask, because they wouldn't be able to stay in business, it would get to costly.

6:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Let me just say ... "Thank You" for the information. I have emailed parts to many of my friends.

Rightsideblogger - You just don't get it? There's a balance to everything ... when the scales tip to far to the left ... or right... it all comes crashing down.

USA can't survive with a service industry economy and wages. World Economy can't survive without a viable USA economy.

Mike- Million dollar question... where's the place to be ... in $$ cash, Euro's or gold? What country Swiss, Germany. USA, France, Britain etc. ?????

9:06 PM  
Blogger unlawflcombatnt said...


In my opinion, the best thing to be in is gold. It protects against inflation. It is unlikely to decrease much in value. Even if it does, it will never crash like stocks or the housing market. Gold has increased 57% in price in U.S. dollars since Bush took office. It has gone from $280/ounce to approximately $440/ounce. It costs around $230/ounce to mine gold. So it won't drop below that, and mining would probably cease long before it got that low. Gold demand for jewelry from China and India is on the rise. So gold seems like the "safest" investment right now, though you probably won't get rich off it.

1:55 AM  
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Good comments. But, I do not agree with most of them. People sure have a lot of time on their hands.

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