This happened in my community- JP Morgan is laying off 300 jobs and sending those jobs to India. In the midst of our financial crisis, do you think a big financial institution like JP Morgan should be allowed to do that? In the midst of the "bail out", do you think JP Morgan should be subject to regulation that prevents the company from doing this?Answer Question
Answer by Navy_Wife_Tisha at 8:09 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Answer by sunnymom3 at 8:18 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Answer by plylerjones at 8:48 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Answer by Anonymous at 9:10 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Answer by 21stCenturyMom at 9:40 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Answer by 21stCenturyMom at 9:45 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
I wasn't bringing in politics for politics sake--I was stating a fact that we will see more outsourcing under a Democratic White House and Congress. Businesses are not going to sit around and watch their profits get sucked away by higher taxes and regulations. There is nothing "partisan" on stating the obvious.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:24 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
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Answer by ny.chica at 11:09 PM on Oct. 25, 2008
Anon- You certainly did bring partisanship into my question, as you clearly know. Go stump somewhere else. I'm not pitching for a candidate here, so I would appreciateit if you would refrain from creating a distraction to the original intent of this question. But, ya know what, anon, if you don't have the guts to show yourself then I don't see why I should even bother responding. I'm so tired of both partisan squabbling that distracts from real issues...and cowardice. If you would like to engage in a real conversation, then I invite to both check your campaigning at the door, and own up to whoever you are. It's easy to say whatever you want when you don't have to own up to it.
Answer by 21stCenturyMom at 1:02 AM on Oct. 26, 2008