Dems are losing the outsourcing debate

Without President Bush even engaging on the issue the Dems are already losing their case against outsourcing. George Will was the first to nail them, then David Ignatius, and Robert Samuelson, all of the Washington Post. Today Thomas Friedman of the NY Times showed how wrong they are. Yesterday, UK's Secretary of State for Trade took offense at Kerry's Benedict Arnold charge. (BTW, has there ever been a candidate who has done more to offend our best ally?) Stories by the writers are linked below.

It is remarable that Democrat candidates could do so much to undermine their own case on the jobs issue. They did it by overreaching and demogogery. Of course, their case against the Bush policy in Iraq is also based on demogogery. You have to wonder why they thought no one would notice.


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