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Many noted experts and analysts believe that Barack Obama's repeated attacks on outsourcing jobs to India is nothing more than political rhetoric.The hysteria around his charisma and inspiring personality having relegated to the backburner, Obama is evidently having a tough time persuading weary Americans for a second Presidential term, given that unemployment and economy remain major issues.In contesting his rival's record and grabbing populist eyeballs, outsourcing has become one of the devices for Obama, though its significance remains largely symbolic -- of political rhetoric to placate masses.
Industry watchers say, "Obama has said openly that he wants to retain jobs, this is partly political rhetorical device to rouse his base because unemployment remains high"
Chang se Moon, Professor at South Alabama University too says that the theory of comparative advantages has been the basis for promoting free trade for about 200 years , moreover any opposition to outsourcing is a two-way street. If we want our businesses to open plants and hire our people in our country, people in other countries will want to do exactly the same.
Moreover, if we look at the quota earmarked for offshore jobs, it has remained fixed at 65,000. It has not been changed. At lot of IT shops in India, managers are of the opinion that despite the President's posturing jobs would continue to be outsourced because it is profitable for American companies.