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I concur. While I am sympathetic to folks who lose their jobs to outsourcing, there seems to be a tendency to blame the folks who do the outsourcing and not the folks responsible for deciding to outsource in the first place. IMO if a bunch of Indians get the jobs formerly held by Americans (or whomever) then its the Americans responsible for the decision who should be held responsible. Not the Indian guy (or gal) who is just doing what the rest of us do: trying to earn a living to feed himself and his family.

Id prefer that we stick to conventional controversial subjects like which editor/os is better and why java really is better than perl. :-)

Im assuming the OP didn't think this poll would be offensive, but I'd hope that in the future the folks managing the polls would be more sensitive in future and steer clear of such potentially insulting material.

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In reply to Re^2: When are you moving to India to find a better job? by demerphq
in thread When are you moving to India to find a better job? by DrWhy

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