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Monday, September 24, 2012

Paul Ryan: ‘Do you want Barack Obama to be re-elected? Then don’t vote for Ron Paul.’


This just tell’s me that Ron Paul has more supporters then Mitt?


Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan made a pitch to Ron Paul supporters during a  rally in Lima, Ohio, on Monday when asked why libertarians should support the Romney-Ryan ticket.
“For those of us who would have voted in the primaries for, say, Ron Paul, why should we vote for you and not, say, libertarians or Vermin Supreme and the Pony Party or something like that?” a man from the audience asked during the question and answer session.
“Do you want Barack Obama to be re-elected?” Ryan asked. “Then don’t vote for Ron Paul.” more at source
 

The North American Free Trade Agreement: Ronald Reagan’s Vision Realized  By Michael Wilson  November 23, 1993

The approval by the Congress of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a victory of engagement and competition over withdrawal and complacency. The trade pact, which will eliminate tariffs on goods and services between the United States, Canada, and Mexico over a fifteen-year time span, will create the world's largest market: some 360 million people, with an economic output of more than $6 trillion a year. The NAFTA thus guarantees that American workers will remain the most competitive in the world and that American consumers will continue to have access to the world's finest goods and services


Decline began with 1st Bush and NAFTA

To the Editor:

It is totally obvious to me what is going on in our corporate, political and economic systems today. It all started when George W. H. Bush, under the advice of the corporations, felt it was necessary to create an agreement called the North American Free Trade Treaty (NAFTA).
This would allow corporations to ship their factories to Mexico and hire cheap labor to make their products and sell them back to U.S. citizens. There was no regard for the American worker then, and none now. We have allowed our businesses to become global and they can pretty much tell the United States and its citizens what to do and where to go.
The Republican Party, which is owned and operated by these now “world corporations” — also known as “job creators” — wants the United States to reduce corporate taxes with the hopes that these companies will hire more Americans to make their products.
This is Step One of their deceptions to create enormous unanswered profit. They weren’t “job creators” under George W. Bush, with his low taxes ,and they will not be in the future.
Step Two will be to lower the wages of the American worker. Why pay an American worker a livable wage when they can have an Asian worker do the same job for pennies a day? The jobs will never come back to the United States as long the people of our country want a standard of living that is better than an underdeveloped nation. This is why there is a Republican assault on labor unions to reduce the standard of living of the United States to that of a Third World country.
The corporate world wants to lower our standard of living and bring the rest of the world up, so they have a larger consumer base and don’t have to depend only on the United States to buy their products.
This is the corporate agenda. Mitt Romney and the Republican Party are like a bunch of rats climbing the mast of a sinking ship to save themselves and prosper before the ship sinks.

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