Stop Outsourcing.

We the undersigned ask you to stop outsourcing and save American jobs. Outsourcing is damaging to American economy in more than one way. -Quality of work performed by outsourced workers is significantly lower. -American workers are forced to work overtime to compensate for lower quality of work by outsourced workers. -Money paid to outsourced workers does not come back to American economy, it is spent in other countries. -Outsourcing of government contracts introduces higher national security risk. Corporations are engaged in a race for a quick profit run for cheap labor overseas while many Americans struggle to keep their jobs. Our pride of living in this Great country comes with a higher cost of living compared to the countries where our jobs outsourced. People that have invested time and money in their education, paying taxes, medical expenses, personally funding their children's education (because they don't qualify for government loans), keep paying their mortgages and fulfill all their financial obligations are forced to compete with outsourced workers that can cover expenses of living at a fraction of the American worker's salary. In addition, corporations do not have to pay Social Security taxes or high and ever rising Health Insurance costs for outsourced workers. We ask the government at a minimum to tax the corporations that outsource American jobs. That tax for each outsourced worker should be equal or greater than the combined cost of Social Security Tax and Health Coverage for each American worker.

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Vladislava Borisova

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