Frankly, we don’t need to be protected from foreign goods coming into the country. The CFR has arranged it so that we are put at a disadvantage in many ways, chief among which is the outsourcing of our industries. How is it possible to NOT buy foreign made products when all of industry has been outsourced, and nearly everything has a “Made in China” label? Anyone who suggests that it is treasonous, under these circumstances, to buy foreign made products must have had part of their cerebral cortex removed.
American made products, in years past, were valued worldwide until the socialists and CFR wannabees gained control of American industry through the banking system. Even with the handicaps placed on US industry by the unconstitutional introduction of fiat currency American industry still was able to attract foreign customers. It was when central banks began pushing forward the agenda of the one-worlders that American industry began its decline, which has been more than 100 years in the process of unfolding. In summary, protectionism was merely necessitated by the introduction of fiat currency and therefore is only symptomatic. Logic therefore states that those who feel protectionism is a required policy to protect American industry are also stating that they favor the continuation of unConstitutional counterfeit fiat monopoly Federal Reserve Notes (money) supported by the international banking cartel.
Ron Paul has much of the solution to these imposed handicaps, and if Americans do not recognize this in the next Presidential election they have no one but themselves to blame. Put another way, they will get the government they deserve, having voted for it.