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No more free trade

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Submitted by Chris (Canada), Oct 13, 2012 at 20:22

Why the hell are we still in free trade with the 3rd world.Ross Perot was bang on,screw China we need to put the first world back to work.After free trade we are going down the [hole]. How do you compete with ... working for 70 cents per hour. What a joke.Goldman sachs in raking it in. Please get back to me so I can understand more about how we are screwing up our economy.

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