I think the idea of the Chamber of Commerce having sessions with the Chinese on how to outsource American jobs should terrify every American and put into question who the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is loyal to. America as a country or the bottom line of companies that outsource.
I think most of us here know the answer but I don't think it's gotten through every Americans head that when members pay the U.S. Chamber of Commerce dues, those dues are expected to increase their bottom line. If that increase consists of shipping manufacturing and customer service overseas for the owners of the U.S. companies to compete with foreign companies then that's what they are fighting for.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce does not represent the U.S. worker in the least bit and hopefully Americans will come to realize that sooner rather than later.