"It's simply the rich taking advantage of labor forces around the world in order to increase their profit."
Or to put it another way, it's the labor forces around the world taking advantage of the rich in order to have a far better life than they otherwsie would have.
"I could agree with your mutually beneficial delusion if the rich were paying these workers the same as they would have to here in America. Rather than sweatshop labor for slave prices."
Dude, you are truly retarded, aren't you. have you ever taken an economics class? Ever? I don't think you're grasping that it was globalization that created the global middle class. That's not me talking, that's economists talking. In Indonesia, for each job offered by an MNC, there were twenty applicants. because while you might view it as slave labor, it's a standard of living they've never seen. Of course you live in the US. In terms of household incomer, we're sixth in the world. A single person at the poverty level still earns more than the average household income. So you really don't know poverty. You know "less rich."
"You mean like they are now? Because labor unions are illegal south of the border, and those countries never had a labor movement?"
And that matters how? I guess maybe if they developed one and demanded higher wages, jobs would start moving back this direction.
"Why should I sacrifice my pay and job for them?"
It's not "your" job. It's your employers job. It's your labor, but your employer has no greater obligation to employ you or keep you employed than I do. And if your job is at risk, maybe it's time to find a profession where you're not competing with workers who were illiterate peasants in the not so recent past. You have opportunities that that don't. No need to blame anyone but yourself if you elect not to take advantage of them.
"Look, Liberals want to help the world, I don't, I want to help our citizens."
Really? You think Clown sounds like he wants to help the world?
He wants to help himself. And if that relegates the rest of the world to abject poverty, then so be it. Just so long as he's able to avoid putting forth an effort.