That is, they love talking about it.
"If you think outsourcing jobs is good, then you should vote for George Bush!" Edwards told a crowd in outsourcing-wary Ohio, the state that might be the election's most coveted prize.
He had to be enjoying himself as he bellowed, "John Kerry and I want to keep good jobs in America!"
The Kerry-Edwards rhetorical strategy is that simple: oppose outsourcing and you're the American worker's best friend.
We witnessed outsourcing's equal-and-opposite effect during the chillier atmosphere of the last presidential debate.
Read on, here.