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  • rws925 rws925 Sep 22, 2008 8:22 AM Flag


    A simple way to get our money back and restore our standard of living.
    we can’t compete with third world pay scales.
    since we have had free trade other countries have been taking our dollars.
    we have been loosing our jobs and dollars.
    the econemy today is the result of free trade with countries that don’t pay the people a good wage.
    raise taxes on imports from third world countries and raise them a lot.
    free trade is only good if the other countries have equal pay scales .

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    • so if you raise tarrifs on third world imports they will
      raise tariffs on boeing planes and all other american exports
      don't forget u.s is the world's biggest exporter in $ terms.
      not only will your proposal kill successful export industry
      and create longer jobless line but hand over this business to
      other exporting countries like germany japan s korea china india etc.
      so go ahead and ban third world imports

    • Fuck you motherfucker. Don't get confused between the greedy bastards at wall street and the Govt and those hardworking poor on the third world. Dont get frikking confused.

      • 1 Reply to icahn_rules
      • You need to fix up Ford and GM once again with new tech cars, drill some oil inland and not offshore, and as many new manufacturing jobs as possible, I dont think that will come from dumb out of touch, out of reality, spaced, living on another planet neocons. I dare you to vote the GILF Palin into office, let a MILF run your country's 2 trillion dollar +debt, GOOD LUCK! YOUR GONNA NEED IT !

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