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Friday, December 26th, 2008, 6:58 pm

Intel, Microsoft, Others Say Americans Are Too Expens^H^H^Htupid for Hiring

Treason in suits

TO INSULT THE INTELLIGENCE ONE’S own countrymen (and women) for savings and for meeting of financial goals is a case of betrayal, not just dishonesty. But that’s exactly what a group of companies are doing, spearheaded by the usual giants like Intel and Microsoft (this is a pattern). it’s not about skills; it’s about cost.

Yes, Microsoft and Intel are sort of involved in this cheap labour stunt yet again, but they are joined by companies like AMD, Google, and Oracle.

Down among the signatures:

Steven A. Ballmer
Chief Executive Officer
Microsoft Corporation

Craig Barrett
Intel Corporation

I already covered some examples last week to show the political corruption involved.

This is something to bear in mind this Christmas. The economy is still being ruined by endless greed that comes before employee welfare.

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