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Old 03-13-2009, 05:01 AM
Location: Miller Place NY
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Administration to reinvent Mexican truck program
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Old 03-13-2009, 10:35 AM
Location: Lake Norman, North Carolina
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Originally Posted by longislandmike View Post

Apparently traitorous lobby groups like the US Chamber of Commerce are still working, ie buying Washington politicans, to keep the wealthy multinational ruling elites dream of junk from China being shipped to a deep water port in Mexico, loaded on Mexican trucks by Mexicans, driven across the border into the US by Mexican drivers anywhere in the US and Canada. That would seem to be an attempt to break American trucking companies. American trucking companies pay a lot of taxes to keep American highways in good shape. Other than probably some cheaper freight charges on goods what possible other good could come out of having the Mexican trucks come into the US. It's time to revisit NAFTA and make NAFTA work for America or get out of NAFTA.
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