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Don’t Allow ‘Fast Track’

June 13, 2013
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Jun-15-13 10:19 PM

Gooseman, as usual, you are so wrong. Like many others you have bought into the propaganda. WvCoffee: Unlike the Democrats & Republicans the Tea Party wants what is best for America. they realize that what is best isn't going to come from Washington. milkeyd: You need to do some research on Africa. richardwhee: What is wrong with unions working in their members best interests? It's called free association, get used to it!

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Jun-14-13 11:00 AM

When it comes to international trade, we, the U.S. is our own worst enemy. We try to dictate how other countries pay & treat their workers.This, we say will improve things, but, in turn it will raise costs to mfg. & export. This is what the unions want and what they have paid Obama for.

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Jun-14-13 8:16 AM

obama is now planning a trip to africa at a cost of $100,000,000.what is so important in africa?if he would stay there it would be well worth it just to get rid of him.he had better watch,i heard that the headhunters are now eating potatoes.

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Jun-14-13 7:02 AM

Partisan politics at its best. Republicans pushed it thru congress for Bush/Cheney. The most power hungry team ever. Now you expect us to believe that the NR and Teapublicans are against crafted trade laws that benefit large corporations? Geez, make up my mind!

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Jun-14-13 7:02 AM

"But this administration has proven itself to be among the most power-hungry in history."


Ever heard of a guy named cheney or bush?

Hair on fire, must sell newspapers.

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