Mitt Romney has for decades been silent about the brutality of the Chinese government toward the Buddhist people of Tibet. Why? He has bought a factory in China. He has worked to give tax credits to those who wish like him to outsource jobs from the US and to exploit the cheaper labor pool in China
Pellas Group companies, Nicaragua Sugar Estates, owner of Ingenio San Antonio, and Compañía Licorera, producer of Flor de Caña rum, received the highest award granted by the National Council for Occupational Health and Safety to companies that stand out for providing the best and safest working conditions.
With Hugo Chavez’s historic win this October, the Venezuelan people have committed to carry forward the Bolivarian Revolution, with its advances in social equality, human rights, community power, and more.
While the foreign-and military policy of President Obama is everything other than worthy of a Nobel Prize for peace, the positions of his challenger Mitt Romney lead to total fear and worry. His foreign policy strategy paper "An American Century" is unsurpassed in aggressiveness. America has a one-party system with two right-wings (Gore Vidal).