“Ten years after NAFTA passed, Sen. Clinton said it was good for America. … Well, I don’t think NAFTA has been good for America – and I never have,” Obama said during a campaign stop at a wallboard factory.
And when pushed for his position said,
Obama said Sunday that while he has issues with NAFTA, an attempt to repeal it “would probably result in more job losses than job gains in the United States.”
First, Hillary is responsible for the loss of jobs because her husband signed NAFTA, but then in double speak that would make George Bush proud, if she repealed it she would again cause job losses. Sounds like Nobama is talking out of both sides of his ass.
If you really want to know where Nobama stands on NAFTA, just follow the advisers.
Robert Rubin is one of major architects and supporters of unfettered “free” trade.
Goolsbe is the chief economist for the DLC and also a major proponent of “free” trade.
Liebman supports the privatization of social security.
Cutler is a major proponent of keeping the health care system as it is and thinks the high costs are good for people.