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BUSH OUTSOURCED FUNDRAISING & VOTER OPERATIONS TO INDIA!!!

(MAYBE HE SHOULD MOVE THERE!!!)

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QUOTES OF THE MONTH:

"I did the right thing. It's a little early to project the amount of money the Legislature will be dealing with, and as you know I hope I'm not here to deal with it. I'm seeking another office." --Governor George W. Bush, on the effect of his tax cuts on the Texas budget. 7/13/00

"If you asked me, life or death, 'You've got to tell me how big the tax cut is, that George is proposing,' I couldn't tell you. I don't give a damn. Because I'm out of it. I'm out of it." --ex-President Bush, recent NYT interview

"If you don't think it's a gamble to put a man in the White House who believes we should have guns in church, who thinks the Taliban is a rock band, who was such a failure as a businessman that his company was nicknamed "El-Busto," who wants to turn our Social Security system into a Wall Street boiler room, who can't name a single thing he disagrees with Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson on, who smeared a bona fide hero named John McCain, and whose principle policy proposal is to give America's surplus to the idle rich in the form of a $1.3 trillion tax cut, you're either nuts or a Republican."
... Equal Time co-host Paul Begala, shooting the bull.

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May 21, 2004:  I GUESS MADE IN AMERICA DOESN'T MEAN ANYTHING TO THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION.  According to a new report, the Bush Administration has taken its strong support for outsourcing further than previously thought -- opting to move key political operations offshore. India's Hindustan Times reports that, during a 14 month period from 2002 to 2003 when the Republican Party was playing up patriotism, its fund-raising and vote-seeking campaign was performed in part by two call centers located in India [1].

According to the report, the Republican National Committee shipped the India operation its voter database for 125 local staff to use to "solicit political contributions ranging between $5 and $3,000 from thousands of registered Republican voters." While the contract for running the campaigns was originally awarded to Washington-based Capital Communications Group, "for cost and efficiencies gains, the company outsourced the work to HCL Technologies that in turn sent it offshore."

Public pressure has forced President Bush has to downplay his support for outsourcing. But this new story is consistent with his Administration's actions in support of shipping American jobs overseas. Late last year, the New York Times reported that the Bush Commerce Department co-sponsored a conference at the lavish Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York that was designed to "encourage American companies to put operations and jobs in China" [2]. Then, this year, the President's top economic adviser said outsourcing was "a plus for the economy" [3].

Sources:

1. "Bush campaign ran from Noida call center", Hindustan Times, 05/16/2004, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1880274&l=36523.

2. "In business, Washington pursues two China policies", International Herald Tribune, 12/11/2003, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1880274&l=36524.

3. "Bush Econ Advisor: Outsourcing OK", CBS News, 02/13/2004, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1880274&l=36525.

Visit Misleader.org for more about Bush Administration distortion.  http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1880274&l=36526 


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