As American corporations, following their innate yearning for cheaper human resource, move Information Technology offshore, computer professionals begin to crowd the cab driving business. Meanwhile, those who still manage to hang on to their DP jobs feel the squeeze. Their benefits shrink, work hours expand, and they get to play new corporate games such as reapplying for their own jobs every year...
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Bush record on Medicare and Social Security
The Bush record on shipping jobs overseas
Bush hates animals
Recently a pack of wolves agreed to participate in a Bush/Cheney political TV ad. The poor animals were clearly confused and misinformed. Although wolves are partial to bushes, names can be deceiving. It is a well established fact that Republicans are both anti-environment and anti-wolf-fare.
With so many new agencies competing for an offshore outsourcing opportunity, a business can not succeed with a weak advertisement which misses the mark. Check out the ad samples below and see if they are right for your company.
A SUPRIMATE outsourcing advertisement site: PPI
Corporate employee conduct standard:
Those DP-Peons who still hang on to their jobs must pull their heads into their shoulders, get busier, quieter, and smaller. This will ensure that when it's the time to dispose of them - no one will notice.
2004 ELECTIONS EPITAPH:
A certain degree of justice may be found in Bush winning the elections. After all, our country is in a state of unholy mess that Bush Administration has created - so he should be the one presiding over it.
A voice for the digital workforce
The Oregon Association of Technology Professionals
Communications Workers of America - Union Movement
An online community for IT workers
America's Union Movement
Lou Dobbs on CNN
Defending American worker
MoveOn -Democracy in Action
Political Organization for people
Rescue American Jobs
9/11 truth movement
Take back the media
9/11 Timeline presentation
Free Thinking in a Dirty Glass
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Political campaign idea:
Our political analyst says:
Scare people with Al Qaeda - and people will run for the Bushes.
A follow up:
Our political analyst says:
Scare people with the Bushes - and people will run away from Nader.
Of course, I pay less tax during the Bush administration – I am unemployed.
With unabated enthusiasm, President Bush continues his election campaign in the swing states against Saddam Hussein. He seems a bit geographically confused. Should Mr. Bush run in a hypothetical general election in Iraq against their deposed tyrant, I bet Saddam would win hands down.
Although a pity:
While Bush administration could be an improvement over Saddam Hussein's rule in Iraq, here in the U.S., we could certainly do better.
The story of Deepieuland came to me by way of data passage over the open communication lines connecting all computer programmers. Some say it originated inside a Mainframe of a large corporation entirely on its own. Unconfirmed reports state: a mysterious Year-10K bug irretrievably wiped out all management reports of accomplishments, therefore reducing all actual accomplishments to zero, converted all measurements into metrics, while all printers spontaneously spewed out that story. One theory is that DPU-LAND is a chapter from a History textbook of some distant future sent back in time for our editing and verification. Personally, I give no credence to spooky fibs, make what you will of it. Deepieuland
DPU-related archeological findings:
CNA goes offshore
Letter from Congressman Mark Kirk 10th District Illinois to his constituents concerned about offshoring
With translation/commentary by Vic Timoff.
Put it this way, what's the alternative?
Lee Goodman democratic candidate for the U.S. Congress 10th congressional district Illinois, makes a commitment to oppose offshore interests.
Illinois laws in the making to curb offshoring:
Illinois Senate Bill 2375
Illinois House Bill 4550
Somewhat indecisive and too slow in development.
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