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Enthusiast Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-28-13 11:03 AM
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1. I don't find that people are so anti-trade as
they are pro-fairness.

If China can manufacture goods that we used to manufacture, ship these goods half way around the world and still make a profit, this is the very definition of unfair trade. They have an unfair advantage because they subsidize this manufacturing. They have no health and safety, environmental or labor rights limitations. This is unfair competition. Only someone that hates the American worker would propose these free-trade agreements. Yes, I said "Hates". It would take a psychologist to understand why. The president doesn't have a deep seated hatred of white people as Glenn Beck so foolishly proclaimed.
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