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Response to OneAngryDemocrat (Original post)

Thu Jul 19, 2012, 05:07 PM

1. Apparently they both agree on one issue:


Trans-Pacific negotiations have been taking place throughout the Obama presidency. The deal is strongly supported by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the top lobbying group for American corporations. Obama's Republican opponent in the 2012 presidential elections, Mitt Romney, has urged the U.S. to finalize the deal as soon as possible.

But even if they are both in agreement on the pending job-transferring "free-trade" agreement, wouldn't it be more consistent with a goal to not outsource jobs if the Obama Administration would not sign another let's-send-more-jobs-to-foreign-countries "free-trade" agreement?

Mayby it would help if the Administration would discontinue participating in the negotiations?

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