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Sunday, October 14, 2007

BUSH'S SPEECH ON TRADE WAS GOOD -- TOO BAD HE MADE IT IN MIAMI

The good news is that President Bush on Friday devoted an entire speech to supporting U.S. free-trade deals with Peru, Colombia and Panama. The bad news is that he did it in pro-free-trade Miami. Read here why I'm somewhat skeptical about Bush's campaign to ratify the pending treaties, and send us your opinion about it.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

from: Paul Thørsen
PThorsen240@aol.com

åndèrš, Bush made his speech in Miami because it plays to the voting Hispanicks who live there, as they want jobs created in Latin America. He would have been booed the hell out of Michigan for proposing to move jobs from there to Latin America.
My opinion: I'm cool with free trade agreements with our trusted and loyal friends like the Koreans. But I suspect any free trade agreements with Latin America are all about winning the votes of Hispanicks who are USA vote eligible and are not in the best interests of the USA.

1:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As the last comment proves, part of the free-trade opposition comes from the racists and their converts from their anti-hispanic rhetoric.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not saying that all anti-free trade people are racists, but some of them are, and they point to the base human emotions and fears played on by Lou Dobbs and the ever-less reputable CNN.

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Andres: The ones opposing the free trade agreements with Latin America are your friends from the Democratic party. Do not blame Bush, blame your democratic friends!!!!

8:28 AM  
Blogger robert said...

Enorme desinformación: si existe un país que puede hacer temblar el mundo es China y sus 1.3 billones de habitantes (1.3 mil millones in spanish) y su poder nuclear. Sin embargo bush no ha tenido el menor recato en ‘torearlo’ con el tema del Dalai lama. Turquía no es para asustar a nadie si se lo compara con china, ahora si su prioridad es el petróleo, la China y su poder nuclear pasan a segundo plano y Turquía se vuelve de gran importancia y pasa a ser el gran aliado de Bush (el gran cristiano del norte), quien ha intentado desconocer incluso el genocidio de 1.5 millones de cristianos armenios. A propósito vea el video de una chica colombiana: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vrueorm_pu
Quien tiene además versiones con subtítulos en ingles, en russo y en armenio.

1:24 AM  

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