This is a rediculous post. It is as well spun as Dan Rather's excellent journalism.
The problem with outsourcing is the type of jobs that are being lost, not the numbers. The jobs going oversees are not just entry-level but middle-class supporting jobs that are in the technologies, manufacturing, etc.
Corporations are using American employees to train workers in other countries with less experience to assume the same role for about 1/3 of the money.
There are still bunches of people that lost jobs after 9/11 that have not been able to get back into the same tax bracket. It is a major step down. I had a guy working for me last spring for $8 an hour who was laid off by Seimens due to the outsourcing of his job. He made over 60,000 a year there.
I cannot begin to tell you the large numbers of people who will likely never see those jobs again who are now up a creek with huge debt and adding more as they are having to become re-educated to enter new fields. Now to say that this is a "myth" is ignorant. Pull your head out of the partisanship for a minute and find some real facts. There is a reason why this is a political issue. This is part of the reason that wealth is becoming so polarized again. The middle class dollars are going back into the top 3%.
My Dad is one of the huge # of people feeling the sting of outsourcing. He worked for Fujitsu corp. for years as a technical writer. They let him go with no qualms immediately after 9/11. He was out of work for over two years as one of the top guys in the nation in his field. He was at it every day trying to get work all over the country, but was only able to get hired (recently) after acquiring new skills in college and taking about a third less pay. This is an example of the problem that really exists with thousands of skilled/educated workers all over the country. To make things worse, many times they are having to train the foreigners taking their jobs!
To say that it is a myth is ignorant.