Wednesday, March 24, 2010

"Arlington Chamber of Commerce is Un-American"

Hello Yupette,

I am appalled by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. The Arlington Chamber's upcoming trip to China is a shameless attempt to outsource high paying white collar jobs to China. The Chamber also opposes on-site renewable energy, relying on the corrupt LEED system to construct more energy-inefficient buildings in Arlington that consume huge amounts of fossil fuel and also install new 300-vehicle parking garages under or adjacent to the buildings. The Arlington Chamber is Un-American as are the local media and local government politricksters who cater to the Arlington Chamber's agenda.

Peter - 22201

6 Comments:

At 24 March, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

While Google and other American companies are GTFO of China the Arlington Chamber wants to outsource more jobs there. Jerks.

 
At 24 March, 2010 , Anonymous Green Guy said...

Arlington Chamber of Commerce (unlike U.S. Chamber) is against renewable energy which, along with obtaining natural gas from shale, would put OPEC out of business within 10 years.

 
At 24 March, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arlington Chamber's Leader is none other than that celebrity Neo Con Reagan era dinosaur, Richard "Howdy Doody" Doud.

 
At 25 March, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, kids, then there's Clarabelle McCaffrey always honking his horn for the Chamber.

 
At 26 March, 2010 , Anonymous union member said...

The U.S. House of Representatives should re-form the HUAC to investigate Un-American activities like the Arlington Chamber and other trade and lobbying groups that are trying to outsource any American job that pays more than the minimum wage to the Third World.

 
At 29 March, 2010 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

They are fine upstanding businesspeople who are going to China to explore "business opportunities." Meaning your tech job that doesn't require a security clearance in the Dulles Toll Road and Rt 7 technology corridors.

 

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