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Unread postPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 12:24 pm 
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-made by President Bush, who negotiated it, and by President Clinton, who lobbied for its approval.


wow how can this be :o ...a repub and a demo working for the same thing :? ...who knew... :lol:


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-made by President Bush, who negotiated it, and by President Clinton, who lobbied for its approval.


wow how can this be :o ...a repub and a demo working for the same thing :? ...who knew... :lol:


Yes and you can be assured when they work togeather like that it's never a good thing for us regular joes and jills.


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The North American Free Trade Agreement was a package of misleading promises sold to an unsuspecting Congress by a cynical band of White House operatives and mendacious business lobbyists. It immediately failed to live up to the assurances--of more jobs and greater prosperity--made by President Bush, who negotiated it, and by President Clinton, who lobbied for its approval. So, at least, insists John R. MacArthur, author of The Selling of "Free Trade": NAFTA, Washington, and the Subversion of American Democracy. In addition, he says, NAFTA cost jobs in the U.S., held down wages in the U.S. and Mexico, and led to increased pollution along the border. :Full Story

Ahhh...see purps the information on the world wide web is it not wonderfull.


Yes, and at that point in my life I was a 3rd party member - the one that was against NAFTA.

I also never voted for G H W Bush - I voted for Dukakis (not sure what I was thinking there, in retrospect). Nor did I vote for G W Bush either time.

That doesn't mean I can't support G W Bush independant of what his father did. We're at a point in time I think it is prudent to support our President, and I can honestly say I'm in near 100% in agreement with President Bush and his policies.

It is too bad the two parties can no longer work together.

After BJ got impeached and disgraced for lying under oath the Dems just haven't been able to recover from the pain. They've sought to label Bush a liar and impeach him in some sort of deluded attempt to erase the Clinton debacle from their memories.

It's a sad thing they are willing to sell out their own country to do that, but that's the world we live in today.


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It is too bad the two parties can no longer work together.

After BJ got impeached and disgraced for lying under oath the Dems just haven't been able to recover from the pain. They've sought to label Bush a liar and impeach him in some sort of deluded attempt to erase the Clinton debacle from their memories.

It's a sad thing they are willing to sell out their own country to do that, but that's the world we live in today.


Yes and unfortunatley it won't stop with bush either purps.
We as a country are slowly committing suicide.
The thing i can't figure out is why do they act so vindictave.
I mean the pay ain't that great compared to some ceo's
So unless there is massive corruption that we really know nothing about...why?
I mean i look at all the presidental contenders and i think who would want the job? But they fight over it like madmen...and women.
So whats the angle? Not patriotism, at lest not in the majority.
what are the real perks :?:


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