Remember when Barack Obama didn't sign any free trade deals during his presidency? Apparently, Mitt Romney is living in his own world, because Obama has signed THREE. Does Romney know math?
It seems like the campaign, if they are going to spin or lie, would at least have the ACTUAL facts before them, so they would be easier to manipulate. Making such an egregious error that can easily be fact-checked makes you appear hyper partisan.
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/10/08/r … ont-exist/
Oh yeah...Here is a Fox News Link- http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/10 … nce-nafta/
No defense for this.
by Joey 20 months ago
What do you think about President Trump obliterating the TPP on his first Monday in office?Source: http://www.nbcnews.com/business/economy … ou-n710781
by John Coviello 2 years ago
Do You Support The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) "Free Trade" Deal?If do you or don't support the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) "Free Trade" Deal, please explain why
by Editor and Chief 7 years ago
I say no! Words games can manipulate peoples minds. The Citizens United Decision by the Supreme Court gave Corporations the Rights of people. Corporations are actually straw men - pieces of paper. They can be bought and sold. If you sue a corporation the "people" may run for the hills and...
by crankalicious 5 years ago
I was thinking about this from a historian's perspective (I have an M.A. in History). My first caveat about this question is that, as a historian, I think it's misguided to try to evaluate president's while they're still in their presidency. It takes perspective and time to provide a proper...
by John Holden 4 years ago
Is it not hypocritical and contradictory to demand free markets when firstly the UK and then the US rose to world dominance in manufacturing with extremely protected markets?Even now those who shout loudest in favour of free markets don't really want them - they still really want protectionism.
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