The federal government, through the USAID program, is using our tax dollars to train foreigners for English speaking jobs. According to The Daily Caller, workers in the Phillippines are being trained to work at English speaking call centers. Certainly these are jobs that Americans can fill. So much for President Obama’s promise to start insourcing. It’s not just chump change they’re spending, either. We’re talking hundreds of millions of dollars. But the Democrats keep telling us they can’t cut spending and must raise taxes.
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According to New York Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop and North Carolina Republican Rep. Walter Jones, this is unacceptable and “shocking.”buy valium without prescription
The pair are calling on the United States Agency for International Development to immediately suspend what is known as the Job Enabling English Proficiency (JEEP) program.buy tramadol no prescription
According to Jone’s office, in 2010, after the two men compelled USAID to end a similar training program in Sri Lanka, the agency assured the congressmen that they would “conduct a review to ensure the project will not take any jobs away from Americans.”buy phentermine online no prescription
In a letter to the USAID administrator, Rajiv Shah, Bishop and Jones expressed their displeasure at learning of the effort they thought the agency had explicitly promised against.buy klonopin online
“I believe it was reasonable to conclude from that statement that your agency’s outsourcing training program was terminated, particularly in light of President Obama’s ‘insourcing’ initiative announced earlier this year,” the pair wrote. “Therefore, I was shocked to learn that USAID has used taxpayer dollars to invest in outsourcing training programs in the Philippines at the expense of American workers.”.valium for sale
According to Bishop, more than 4.5 million Americans currently work in call centers, but since 2007 more than 500,000 call center jobs have been outsourced to foreign countries.