Monday, August 15, 2011

The Plutocrat's Plan or Just A Free Market Coincidence?

They're predicting that within five years certain Southern U.S. states will be among the cheapest manufacturing locations in the developed world -- and competitive with China.

For years advisers like the Boston Consulting Group got paid big bucks to tell their clients to produce in China. Now, they say, rising wages there, fueled by worker unrest, and low wages in Mississippi, Alabama, and South Carolina mean that soon it won't be worth the hassle of locating overseas.
From here.

If you make Americans desperate for work, they'll take anything and like it—especially those red state rubes who worked so hard to put Republicans in power. It couldn't happen to a better bunch of wage slaves.


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