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How does a third world country such as China rise up to where they are now; buy giving them a FREE TRADE NATION status, by way of Bill Clinton. Which means they do not have to pay taxes on imports to the U.S. and now we owe them big. The same thing went on with Japan in the early 70's. WAY TO GO POLITICIANS.
Thousands upon thousands of American workers continue to lose their jobs each and every month, and this governments unemployment rates always stay the same...LOL
Replace this governments two-party monopoly of oppression and tyranny or keep suffering.
I think it time for American to go from the market... Like Pan-American in the 90th...
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