Sunday, October 09, 2011

America Cannot Compete

I got an e-mail today from some political organization complaining about the Solyndra deal in these terms.

Start with labor costs. Thanks to the influence of labor unions, Solyndra paid its employees an average of about $100,000 per year. In China, a salary of $100,000 is unheard of. Most factory workers get paid about $.80 per hour. Rarely do they make more than $200 per month. America cannot compete in the face of this disparity.
Sure we can. We just won't do it by throwing labor at problems. We will have to use our brains. A commodity that is more than evidently in very short supply. Especially among the politicos.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

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