White House Called Out For Hypocrisy Over Grandstanding Against Outsourcing While GE CEO Sits On Advisory Panel

HuffPo: As the administration struggles to prod businesses to create jobs at home, GE has been busy sending them abroad. Since Immelt took over in 2001, GE has shed 34,000 jobs in the U.S., according to its most recent annual filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. But it’s added 25,000 jobs overseas.