tunnel rat posted on November 3, 2010 11:35

That ad with those former HP-er's ran day and night here in Cali, and I think it was the only pro-Boxer ad I ever saw.

  

Don't let the door hit you on the ass on your way out, Carly.  And I hope that your infected tits fall off and the cancer makes a comeback.

Fuckin' douchebag.


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United States Heartlander
November 3. 2010 13:24
Heartlander

That worthless, narcissistic power-addicted princess not only wasted America's time in her vanity campaign, her predictable failure helped deny the Republicans control of the Senate. A better, more electable person could easily have been found for this race, but nooooo, Miss Moneybags gotta get her photo op. H-1Bs and collaborators take note, although Boxer is no prize for American workers either, Carly's outsourcing past was a big fat tarbrush against her.


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Israel Ori
November 3. 2010 17:22
Ori

Executive corrupt selfish greedy bitch failed to get elected, rich republicans cry in chorus.


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India H1b Machine
November 3. 2010 22:06
H1b Machine

you injuring own arm patting self on back so much.  Boxer already promised unlimited H1bs. so why you so happy?


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United States James
November 3. 2010 22:09
James

She already had a double mastectomy - something Indians perverts will surely be interested in.


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United States crapstory
November 3. 2010 23:10
crapstory

Hey Clowns, read this article

BANGALORE: Unlike US President Barack Obama , European lawmakers find outsourcing jobs , products or services to India mutually beneficial, creating a win-win situation.

"Outsourcing is now seen more as a partnership than losing jobs. Success of Volkswagen cars in India provides more opportunities for our firms back home in a big way," European parliament member Barbera Weiler said here Wednesday.

Weiler, who represents the German Socialist Party, is in India as part a nine-member European parliamentary delegation to understand how this country deals with regulatory issues such as services, standardisation, customs and consumer protection.

Admitting that outsourcing of IT jobs from the European Union (EU) to India did evoke protests in Germany initially, Weiler said they were, however, becoming shriller as there was greater realisation on the benefits of such engagements.

"Protests against outsourcing to India were natural earlier as job losses were feared in Europe. It is not a price argument anymore. It has now come to mean selling our products in India and helping trade grow between the European Union (EU) and India," she told reporters at an interaction with the delegation.

Noting that the Indian IT industry had expertise in automation and was using information and communication technology (ICT) in the administration productively, Weiler said such domain knowledge would be of immense help to some of the European countries lagging behind in e-governance.

Echoing Weiler, British lawmaker Malcom Harbour said that outsourcing helped the EU countries in product engineering and design.

"The whole process has matured and aerospace majors such as Airbus and EADS (European Aeronautic and Defence Space) are doing product engineering and design work using local skills in India," Harbour pointed out.

Allaying fears over outsourcing, the British member said in a globalised world, skills had to be used successfully as they were scarce in Europe.

"Outsourcing to India helps us to sustain jobs as there is a resource scarce across Europe ," Harbour, who is the chairman of the committee on internal market and consumer protection in EU, asserted.

The delegation is on a two-day visit to Bangalore to find new solutions in transport, health and green technologies for the 27-member EU states.

"Sharing and joint development of technologies should be encouraged. Cross border trade is given a push as we are bullish on global trade revival and economic cooperation with India," Harbour added.

economictimes.indiatimes.com/.../6867807.cms


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Canada ezygoer
November 3. 2010 23:37
ezygoer

So some Tea partyers are the third variable after the GOP and Dems - how is this going to benefit the US worker when there will be no end to outsourcing by the big banks and other institutions ?

Is creating jobs in third world countries by US multi-nationals and now with Ben's QE lite defacing the dollar thereby increasing profits that will never be repatriated and put to use in the US do any good to the worker class ?


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United States James
November 4. 2010 00:46
James

Any more h-1Bs promised by Boxer will go nowhere. Indiots thought they would get more as soon as Bush and Obama were both elected. Never happened. Indiots don't seem to understand the political climate in the US right now.

Time to start packing 'cause you're all going home soon.


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United States Heartlander
November 4. 2010 03:32
Heartlander

Boxer has gotten the message that Americans are fed up with their jobs being given away. For all her faults she has figured that out at last. Whether she will act on that message for her own career remains to be seen, but at least she has learned that job loss is a no-no to Americans. It took the politicians about a decade to figure that out, but they finally seem to be rubbing their eyes and saying, 'huh?' which is more than they used to do.


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United States James
November 4. 2010 04:44
James

This is for BigR, gupta, H1b Machine and all the rest of the Indiot losers here:

US consulates rejecting many more B1, L1, H1 business visas

economictimes.indiatimes.com/.../6869033.cms

"BANGALORE: US protectionism is assuming a new, and perhaps a more insidious and indirect, form. US consulates in the country are said to be rejecting many more business visas (B1, L1, H1) over these past few months than earlier and visa interviews are bordering on interrogations. Indian IT companies say there is also greater aggression among immigration personnel at US airports towards Indians who come to the US on valid business visas, with several professionals being even deported."

HAHAHA! GAME OVER INDIA! ENJOY YOUR NEWFOUND UNEMPLOYMENT.


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United States Drifter
November 4. 2010 09:12
Drifter

Now why would she promise unlimited H1B's when her campaign against moneybags was that she outsourced 30K jobs? Hmmm?

I wouldn't be comforted by that.

The president is going to india to tell you all to stop whining, we're putting Americans back to work. You guys had your chance but proved you're not up to the task. Face it, you've associated yourselves with false resumes, lying, shoddy work, poor communication skills, project timeline overruns, nepotism... the list goes on. The truth is out there now, india just isn't ready to compete on a global level to build innovative products. You're stuck in the service support industry and you can't even fly straight with that simple role.


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United States Drifter
November 4. 2010 09:59
Drifter

More news that the ride's over - more indians getting interrogated and turned around at the airport. You guys are now synonymous with fraud and lying. It's about time, your games are finally catching up with you.

Oooooh, NASSCOM is getting involved. Uh oh.

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US consulates rejecting many more B1, L1, H1 business visas
BANGALORE: US protectionism is assuming a new, and perhaps a more insidious and indirect, form. US consulates in the country are said to be rejecting many more business visas (B1, L1, H1) over these past few months than earlier and visa interviews are bordering on interrogations. Indian IT companies say there is also greater aggression among immigration personnel at US airports towards Indians who come to the US on valid business visas, with several professionals being even deported.

The situation has reached such a pass that IT industry body Nasscom has been forced to intervene. Nasscom has written a letter to the US ambassador in India, Timothy Roemer , raising the concerns. When contacted, Nasscom declined to give details, but said it had received complaints from member-companies and had taken the issue up “appropriately” with the US embassy in New Delhi. The letter is said to have pointed out that the firms affected are all “perfectly good companies” which have “met all guidelines”. Nasscom said it had also conveyed the matter to the Indian government . Whether it will come up in discussions with US President Barack Obama when he visits India later this week remains to be seen.

Almost every major IT company, including some US MNCs in India, is said to have experienced one or more of these problems. But few wanted to come on record for fear of being victimized. As one said, “We have not even appealed to the US consulate on visa harassment for fear we will put our entire pipeline of visas at risk.”
Pratik Kumar, executive VP for HR in Wipro, said Nasscom represents the concerns of the industry and “hence what they are taking up with the authorities is an expression of concern that is prevailing across the industry”.

A senior official in one of India’s biggest BPO companies, who did not want her name or her company’s name to be mentioned, narrated a nasty experience their employees went through. In one instance , a group of about 5-6 employees that had landed in New York to undergo 6 weeks training at a new client’s location, was taken to a separate room and put through what she describes as “third-degree questioning” .

“They were told they were lying, that all that was written in their documents was fake. They were told that if they signed a letter stating that the company had sent them on an illegal visa, they would be allowed to go without any adverse recording about them. Eventually, they all withdrew their application to enter the US and came back,” she said.

The fact that the incident took place in a New York airport was of particular concern, the official said. “New York and others like Los Angeles have been liberal airports, unlike Philadelphia, Chicago that have been conservative ports. But now it looks like the Philadelphia attitude is spreading to the other ports of entry,” she said.

In another instance narrated by a major company, a group of its young employees who went together to the US embassy in Delhi for the visa interview were put in separate rooms and asked questions like “What is your company planning?” and threatening them with a “99-year ban” on travelling to the US. “They were all denied visas,” an official of the company said. Stella Nagesh, associate VP in IT company MphasiS , said the visa/immigration scrutiny had tightened significantly.

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It couldn't last forever, but now we're taking you apart, piece by piece.

Wouldn't it just be easier to give up and go home? It's certainly not going to get any better. The president is saying we're going to put Americans back to work for crying out loud. It doesn't go any higher up the foodchain than that.

Accept defeat and tell your relatives you're coming back.


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United States James
November 4. 2010 10:56
James

The real India:

How India's 300 Million American Enemies Will Die

howindiasamericanenemieswilldie.blogspot.com/


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United States James
November 4. 2010 10:58
James

@crappy,

""The whole process has matured and aerospace majors such as Airbus and EADS (European Aeronautic and Defence Space) are doing product engineering and design work using local skills in India," Harbour pointed out."

You must mean 'engineering work' like the A380 engines that have blown up in flight TWICE in 2010 alone, the 2nd one this week.

Engineering work like that. LOL.


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United States James
November 4. 2010 10:59
James

Here is what happens when western companies send engineering work to India:

www.sfgate.com/.../...05H6PJE3FHNIH50OMANUS6QD.DTL

LOL


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United States BigR
November 4. 2010 11:36
BigR

You idiots say Indian companies and media are lying when what they say doesn't suit you. But when they get hyperactive and complain about visa issues, you go trust them 100% and start dreaming that this is the end of outsourcing. It is amusing to see that Obama has become your darling and now you are totally convinced that he is going to India to tell Indians to stay away from US job market. You guys are a source of non-stop amusement.


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United States James
November 5. 2010 00:06
James

More proof that Indiots bungled Rolls Royce's engine outsourcing.

www.channelnewsasia.com/.../.html

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) said it has begun resuming A380 flights following precautionary checks. The checks were carried out following advice from *engine manufacturer Rolls Royce* and aircraft manufacturer Airbus.

SIA delayed its flights operating the A380 aircraft Thursday evening.

This followed Thursday's incident in which a Qantas A380 Sydney bound flight encountered engine trouble.


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United States James
November 5. 2010 00:13
James

BigR,

Obama's approval rating in the U.S. is 30-40% - pretty pathetic. There is an equilibrium point beyond which unemployment can't go in the U.S. or else the Federal gov't risks revolt by the American people. It knows this.

With real unemployment in the U.S. around 20-22% and still rising, that equilibrium point is fast approaching.

The Federal gov't has figured out that our economic problems are caused by India. Why else do you suppose it is turning Indiots around at U.S. airports and drastically cutting back visas at U.S. embassies in India? Because we like you and want you here?

The Feds have finally figured out that they must focus on putting Americans specifically back to work. Germany's Angela Merkel has stated that "Multicultralism has failed". My belief is B.O. is going to India to give India an ultimatum: cut the crap, or we will cut you off. Plain and simple.

What is an endless source of amusement is that Indiots like you are unable to recognize which way the wind is blowing and that you are now in big trouble. Without the U.S. market, India is doomed. But then again, I've never met an Indiot who wasn't delusional to begin with, so it's to be expected.


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United States On the Warpath in Detroit
November 5. 2010 01:27
On the Warpath in Detroit


@James:

Notice that the "Who's Who in America" that Chandra lists is a scam because it only a vanity press publication:

askville.amazon.com/.../AnswerViewer.do

"I used to work for the company Marquis who published it along with a ton of other Who's Who titles.  It is not a real honor.  In the trades, it is known as a "vanity press."  Yes, there are some "must have" names in the book, but thousands of people are nominated for inclusion each year.  If you buy the book or placque or trophy, you will definitely be included in the publication.  The big names are people that others expect to see and they are included whether or not they buy the book.  You won't be included unless you buy something. "


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United States Capt. Kirk
November 5. 2010 07:59
Capt. Kirk

Indians screwed up Dubai prosperity: Bankruptcies impact India

rupeenews.com/.../


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United States Drifter
November 5. 2010 08:27
Drifter

The same article ran in the BBC News, blockhead.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-11691575

India IT firms say US rejecting business visas
President Obama is to meet Indian PM Manmohan Singh during his visit The US is rejecting a growing number of Indian visa applications and interviews border on interrogations, Indian information technology firms say.

Nasscom, an umbrella organisation of IT firms, said it had written to the US ambassador to convey its concern.

India's government has also been informed, it said. There was no immediate response from the US embassy.

President Barack Obama begins a three-day India visit on Saturday. It is not known if the issue will come up then.

"Nasscom... said it had received complaints from member-companies and had taken up the issue 'appropriately' with the US embassy in New Delhi," the Times of India newspaper reported.

You guys gave it your best, it's time to go back. Maybe you can create your own IT industry. Things are only going to get more restrictive and difficult from here on out, why fight it? There are plenty of stories of indians returning home and being happy.


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United States Heartlander
November 5. 2010 09:32
Heartlander

@BigR: It's not a dream. I can clearly remember 10 years ago, when the first American labor activists were complaining about the H-1B abuse they saw, and the reaction from almost 100% of their fellow Americans was something along these lines, "What? You object to someone from India coming here and working for a better life? You must be one of those creepy racists over on Stormfront!" Fast forward ten years, everybody, even if they aren't in tech, is bitching about getting an Indian on the phone when they called for help, everyone is bitching about jobs, and everyone has heard about outsourcing and is afraid for their homes and their lives, even if they aren't in tech.

Back then you could never have run an ad in a political campaign accusing someone of sending jobs overseas. Nobody would have understood. This time around it won a political campaign. A Republican, in a Republican takeover wave, was defeated by a so-so Democrat political hack, after a nonstop barrage of ads pointing out her past sins of outsourcing. And Carly's not the only one.

Blanche Lincoln may have lost the election, but she was able to fend off a challenger in the primary when her supporters pointed out that he was a proponent of outsourcing.

It is now a respectable, front page issue to discuss, and (more important) it is now respectable to oppose it. That's a huge change and Indians are free to keep whistling past the graveyard of their American Dream if they wish, but I'm here on the ground in middle America and I like what I'm seeing.


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United States H1b Machine
November 5. 2010 13:26
H1b Machine

All reports I hearing from India is that Obama has already promised 5 million jobs to India.  He caving in totally!!!  More tax cut and bailout money to ship jobs overseas already promised from Obama!  I will give an update later.  Probably up to 10 million jobs by then.  Thank you Obama Smile


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United States James
November 5. 2010 14:29
James

The verdict is in: Quantas engine blowup was due to FAULTY OR INCORRECT DESIGN - shortly after Rolls Royce, the engine's manufacturer SENT ITS ENGINEERING WORK TO INDIA.

news.yahoo.com/.../as_qantas_emergency

SYDNEY, Australia – Qantas believes the engine that blew apart on the world's largest jetliner was probably *designed or built incorrectly*, the chief of the Australian airline said Friday, focusing attention on the engine's manufacturer, *Rolls-Royce*.

Face it India, you are a bunch of losers who cause damage everywhere you go.


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United States James
November 5. 2010 14:33
James

Rolls-Royce Group PLC did not comment on Friday's developments. *Around a billion dollars was wiped off its market value* as the company's share price slid for the second day, ending the day over 5 percent lower.

On Thursday, one of Qantas' six Airbus A380s suffered a massive engine failure in one of its four Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines about four minutes into a flight to Sydney and shed pieces of metal over Indonesia before returning to make a safe emergency landing at Singapore's airport.

"We believe this is probably most likely a material failure or some type of design issue," Joyce told a news conference in Sydney. "We don't believe this is related to maintenance in any way." He said the engines had been maintained by Rolls-Royce since they were installed.


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United States BigR
November 5. 2010 23:41
BigR

Rolls Royce announced that it will start outsourcing to India in 2006. So the actual work must have started later than that. Trent 900 engines are in service almost for a decade. Only a demented mind can conclude that current issues have anything to do with India. May be it is due to worker shortage faced by the company in US and UK. So outsourcing is the way to go which is what the managers worldwide are figuring out Smile

Airbus, Boeing and their suppliers know about benefits of hiring Indian workers. They are facing issues with vendors around the world and may be some of them are due to Indians. But unless they publicly state that outsourcing to India leads to failure, there is little reason to believe otherwise.


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United States James
November 6. 2010 00:51
James

BigR

"Trent 900 engines are in service almost for a decade."

Yes, and they worked without incident for years - until this year. Looks like 2 years of schooling and Indiots thought they were read to work on the engines. Guess not.

Only a demented mind could not make the connection between engines with near perfect reliability for 4 decades suddenly going bad all at once just a few years after all the work on those engines was shipped to a country where 600,000,000 people crap in the open every day.

Why all the sudden engine failures now? Why not before?

The airline and Airbus already admitted it appears that it was design and build flaws, not maintenance. Indiots are the ones doing the engineering on those engines.

How can it be due to a worker shortage in the UK/US when the work is being done in India? There aren't any articles saying the engineering work was shipped to USA.

Face it: Rolls blew up 3 engines this year and they delayed (yet again) delivery of Dreamliner all due to engine troubles - with engine work that was sent to India. Rolls never had these problems before in 40 years of service. You cannot escape the truth.

I am sure Rolls managers in UK are figuring out that Indian incompetence just erased $1 billion from their company value. If you think the rich Brit bankers are going to stand for that for long, you're mistaken. The whole world is finding out about India's massive failures and they want no part of it.

Outsourcing is obviously not the way to go if it means airplane engines blowing up in flight. Just wait until one of these failures explodes a fuel tank and people start dying because of it. You're going to see those Rolls jobs yanked back to the UK REAL fast.

"Airbus, Boeing and their suppliers know about benefits of hiring Indian workers."

The FAA already stated that outsourcing to India leads to failure. In fact, it told Boeing to redo the 787's ES software specifically WITHOUT HCL, which bothced the job the 1st time. In fact, the HCL work was so bad, FAA refused to approve it. Can't get a clearer message than that: India fails. You people are delusional. You don't have th decades of experience in doing this kind of work required to make it reliable. You want the $ and prestige of engineering jobs, but you can't do them, as these engine blowups and FAA bans are now exposing.

Case closed. Owned. Another Indiot massive fail by faking frauds who aren't qualified for their jobs, but want the prestige the west has.

LOL. You guys are really pathetic.


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United States Heartlander
November 6. 2010 06:21
Heartlander

@BigR But they are unlikely to publicly state such a thing even if true. Managers try to bury their mistakes, blame someone else, etc. Over the past decade I personally know several [American] people who make bank cleaning up outsourced work when it comes back in a hopeless state. And I don't live in a famous technology hotspot, so there's more of this going on elsewhere, I'm sure. It's a sort of "black budget" thing. Everyone knows, nobody says.


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United States Drifter
November 6. 2010 11:49
Drifter

The president is in india delivering the message: india isn't needed any longer, you are costing Americans their jobs. Hmmm. I think I remember saying something about this months ago? Pack up and get home now to beat the rush before it's flooded and hard to find a job....

Outsourcing costing Americans their jobs: Obama
MUMBAI: Concerned over rising unemployment in the US, President Barack Obama today said outsourcing work to overseas locations like India has cost Americans their jobs.

In possibly a heartbreaking statement for the Indian IT industry, which gets over 60 per cent of its business from the US, Obama said, "...there still exists a caricature of India as land of call centres and back offices that costs American jobs. That's a real perception."

Addressing a US India business council meet here, Obama said, "There are many Americans whose only experience with trade and globalisation has been shuttered factories or jobs being shift overseas."



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United States BigR
November 6. 2010 13:48
BigR

You guys are making laughable claims. Sample this stupidity:

In the make-believe world, scores of products are failing because of Indian IT, but nobody wants to publicly state it. Are they afraid of something?

Anti-outsourcing poster boy Strickland lost in Ohio. James says it is the conspiracy of bankers. So more than 50% of Ohioan voters were forced by banker to vote for Kasich!

Trent 900 engine was designed long ago and has been in production for a decade. Roll Royce started outsourcing to India in 2006. Those Indians went back in time and inserted design flaws in the engine!

Obama is about to waste three days in India just to say that 'You are not needed' What are the executives of Boeing, GE etc are doing in India? Oh yeah, they are all standing in a row to say "India isn't needed any longer..". This pearl of wisdom is from Drifter.

If you can manage to steal a moment when you are not hallucinating, try to read the whole story:

www.nytimes.com/.../07prexy.html?_r=1&hp

If you think this story is planted by bankers, then simply wait till you come back to real world and re-read.
Smile


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United States BigR
November 6. 2010 13:56
BigR

This is what Obama said:

www.bloomberg.com/.../...n-for-both-countries.html

The mutual benefits of trade “might not be readily apparent” to both Americans and Indians, Obama said. “There are many Americans whose only experience with trade and globalization is a shuttered factory or a job that was shipped overseas.”

In the U.S. there was a caricature of India as a land of call centers and back offices that cost Americans their jobs, he said. While in India, Obama said many see the arrival of American companies and products as a threat to the livelihood of small shop keepers.

“These old stereotypes and old concerns ignore today’s reality,” Obama said. “Trade between our countries is not just a one-way street of American jobs and companies moving to India. It is a dynamic two-way relationship that is creating jobs, growth and higher standards in both our countries.”


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United States Heartlander
November 6. 2010 19:05
Heartlander

@BigR - Obama has so far stood firm on the visa fee hike, and has not promised to roll back the increased scrutiny or raise any visa caps. You are quoting diplomatic rhetoric. He went over the to, as the Indians are fond of saying, "bag" deals (much of which were already in the pipeline). Then he will announce that he opened up all this commerce and created some 50K or so jobs (which is a tiny drop in the bucket compared to the number that have been lost to India alone). That is what he is up to and he will say whatever it takes to gain himself some brownie points back home. He certainly could use some.


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India H1b Machine
November 6. 2010 21:26
H1b Machine

yes! Obama said that India Inc create jobs and only outdated loser thinks jobs get outsourced to India.  He said no job lost in America. hehe.  I think India Inc signed up Obama as new spokesman.  Your president works for us!  I told you Smile


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India H1b Machine
November 6. 2010 21:32
H1b Machine

Oh one more news information for you.  Obama not telling you about 'whole' trade deal. hehe.  maybe 5,000 job created in America, but millions shipped to India.  Obama trade 2,000,000 jobs for 5,000 jobs.   Smile


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United States James
November 6. 2010 21:35
James

BigR,

You seem to be under the delusion that whatever Obama says is true. You think just because he says the "partnership" with India is creating jobs and creating growth that it is? 20 million jobs have been lost in the U.S. in the past 12 years since the "partnership with India" began. BusinessWeek ran a COVER story last year about how innovation has STALLED in the past decade - the same decade Indiots were supposed to keep a booming American economy going, but didn't. Growth has been 1.6% in the USA. How can anyone possibly believe what this man is saying? Perhaps you need to wake up to the realization that he is merely placating India and telling it what it wants to hear: that is it not the loser and incompetent of the world, which is what it is.

As for your other crap:

"In the make-believe world, scores of products are failing because of Indian IT, but nobody wants to publicly state it. Are they afraid of something?"

--> Yes, they are afraid of India's nukes and ICBMs, which they acquired in 1997. An American Congressman admitted this by explaining to angry voters that "India has a billion people and nuclear weapons" (i.e. "We have to give them our jobs or else").

"Anti-outsourcing poster boy Strickland lost in Ohio. James says it is the conspiracy of bankers. So more than 50% of Ohioan voters were forced by banker to vote for Kasich!"

--> Most elections in America are controlled by bankers. Why do you think the same company - Diebold - that makes the VOTING MACHINES also has a monopoly on all the machines used in BANKS - no conflict of interest there. Anyone who goes against the bankers loses - if they can manipulate it that way.

"Trent 900 engine was designed long ago and has been in production for a decade. Roll Royce started outsourcing to India in 2006. Those Indians went back in time and inserted design flaws in the engine!"

--> Just because it was designed a decade ago doesn't mean Indiots haven't messed with it. It's a known fact that GE also send engine fan blade design work to India years ago which resulted in flawed blades that flew apart in flight and caused several fatal accidents, most notably the one in Sioux City Iowa in the 90s in which 1/2 the passengers were killed. Indians most probably mucked with the design and changed things just to feel important. The Wikipedia article on the Trent 900 also states that design is a continous process. It's not like there is no further development. Most obviously, Indiots mucked with something that worked and broke it - just like they did with ComAir's failed crew scheduling software in 2005 which resulted in the nationwide airport shutdown on 12.25.05 because they used a short instead of an init. Why can't you people just leave well enough alone and not mess with something that works? It's because you need to feel important and needed when in fact all you do is destroy everything you touch.

"Obama is about to waste three days in India just to say that 'You are not needed' What are the executives of Boeing, GE etc are doing in India? Oh yeah, they are all standing in a row to say "India isn't needed any longer..". This pearl of wisdom is from Drifter."

--> They are placating you. And they are trying to figure out ways to allow you to continue to live off the U.S. without damaging it any further. For political reasons they can't just cut you off - but they can't continue to ignore the damage you have done in the USA either. This is an ultimatum trip: shape up or else. And they are there to get orders from you.

"If you can manage to steal a moment when you are not hallucinating, try to read the whole story:

www.nytimes.com/.../07prexy.html?_r=1&hp

If you think this story is planted by bankers, then simply wait till you come back to real world and re-read."

--> Yeah like we can believe anything the NYT says. After all it's shill Tom Friedman was paid by Wipro to write his 1st 2 books singing the praises of India.

We all know how the India, Inc. PR game works. No article in U.S. media can be trusted since it's probably planted by Hill & Knowlton or some other PR agency hired by India to hype up its image.

Sorry, you lose again. Every point you made was fake.


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United States James
November 6. 2010 21:54
James

The real reason Obama is in India. Looks like you guys gon't know how to handle nukes either.

www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread627275/pg1

So, I began voicing my concern given that Obama was in India with the entire Whitehouse staff and a battery of warships. I said, something is going on. He simply said, "yes, something is going on". I went on to tell him about the USGS data posted here recently that almost simultaneously triggered every seismic sensor in the US and in fact across the world. He confirmed there was an event. I said, "was it natural" and he said "no". I said was it nuclear and he said, "yes, but unintentional". I said, "what country?" and he replied, "guess". I said "India" and he said, "yes". I inquired "an accident?" and he replied, "yes". I inquired, "in a silo" and he replied, "yes".

I asked him if there was anything to worry about, he said, "not yet, not stateside". He said Obama was there for containment and this is a HUGE deal. You will NOT read about this nuclear event on the news. But this is an event of epic proportion.


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United States Heartlander
November 6. 2010 23:12
Heartlander

Obama is just making nice over in India for diplomatic reasons. He's trying to cut deals (or at least take credit for having done so). He's also saying that jobs for Americans is an important issue. He has not backed down or promised any visa cap hikes or any further job outsourcing. He's just smoothing things over while he's a guest in India. Do you think he'd go over there to throw a pie in Singh's face? (we have drone aircraft for that) He just took a "shellacking" over jobs, and it seems to have sunk in.


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United States James
November 7. 2010 04:48
James

www.navhindtimes.in/.../india-chasing-delusions-grandeur

BigR & the rst of the slumdogs here better read this.


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United States James
November 7. 2010 04:49
James



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United States bye bye Fat Rat
November 7. 2010 20:38
bye bye Fat Rat

"“We have no tolerance for threats of violence fueled by bigotry, and we will aggressively prosecute such actions.”

http://tinyurl.com/22nwea2


Bye bye fatty, hope you have a great year in the slammer, the Feds have been VERY accommodating.

I am sure they'll be enough Bubbas ready to go DP into that fat tub of lard of yours ;)

Flat face mike, don't snicker biatch, you're in next, but with that ugly face of yours, your ass might just be saved.


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November 7. 2010 22:17
tunnel rat

Slumdogs:

I've been blogging for years.  What makes you think the Feds give a shit about you douchebags from that shithole subcontinent?


http://www.techinsurgent.com/http://www.techinsurgent.com/


Canada ezygoer
November 7. 2010 23:41
ezygoer

So O goes to India and touts 50K jobs for America - is this to be believed ? Or will the reality be different as when W went to India some years ago and around 500K jobs went there.

Recall W coming back and urging Americans to do more, retrain and go up the value chain to become what the third world does not have e.g astronauts as he knew what he was giving away - the security of the American middle class. The unemployment rate though is mild - around 20% - should be around 60% at least by any yardstick given the constant outsourcing and replacement within the country of American workers by H1-B's,L-1's and their spouses ! If a housewife from India can become a software tester in the US there has to be something wrong with the way IT is done there !  


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United States James
November 8. 2010 02:54
James

Hey Rat, these angry, jealous Indiots are using the internet to threaten people which is a Federal Crime, why don't you trace *their* IPs, Geolocate their addresses, and have the ICE, DHS, and FBI arrest them and deport them. After all, we're the citizens here and they're just a bunch of slumdog coolies who have probably overstayed their visas. I am sure CBE will be more than happy to shovel them onto planes and kick their asses back out over that open sewer called India.

I am also sure the Feds can dig up a whole mountain of other crimes they've comitted once they are investigated.


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United States Capt. Kirk
November 8. 2010 06:50
Capt. Kirk

delusional crap-swimmers don't seem to realize the techinsurgents have all taken steps to remain untraceable. how'd that plan to get all the websites shut down work out? we're outside the Fed's jurisdiction and there's nothing you can do about it. childish scare tactics will get you nowhere. and continual disgusting sexual references only demonstrate the vile nature of india.

from the way you keep talking about "flat-faced mike" we can only assume that you are indeed none other than that anil bhavnani character he keeps talking about. mike owned your ass by tricking you into suing adobe for racism which then led to your termination a few years later. haha what a moron. enjoy your unemployment.

the best & the brightest from india appear to be so dumb they don't even know that in the U.S. suing your employer means career suicide. no wonder the u.s. economy is in trouble with all these retards running loose.


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United States James
November 8. 2010 20:10
James

"go up the value chain" is simply a polite way for India to say:

"Develop the next great industry and jobs for us so that we can take it away from you".

When will America learn?


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United States James
November 8. 2010 20:18
James

Gibbs threatens to pull Obama from India talks after press dispute

news.yahoo.com/.../gibbs-threatens-to-pull-obama-after-press-dispute

Read it and weep slumdogs. You've just made even bigger idiots out of yourselves than you did in the CWG. LOL. ROFL.


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United States Me
November 10. 2010 13:41
Me

Happy 235th Birthday! Thank you for your service.


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India H1b Machine
November 10. 2010 21:13
H1b Machine

James, honorable Indian dignitary just trying to help.  They figure that Obama would not want media camera to show him trading 20 million Amrican job for bribe money.  Oh well.  Obama panicked and say no job ever get outsourced to India when he see camera. Everyone knows that is fake claim from Obama. Should have listened to wise Indian security guard.  They know when to keep camera out during bribe session.  


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November 10. 2010 23:15
tunnel rat

Thanks, texasmoneytalk


http://www.techinsurgent.com/http://www.techinsurgent.com/

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