Monday, January 07, 2008

Mexican truck drivers allowed access to US Highways?

Looks like that is the case. Program Allows Mexican Trucks in U.S. This is a part of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — that labor should have fought harder to stop. There is a safety and labor concern that should far out weigh the US consumer savings. Why the Bush administration is trying to push this is hard to imagine with both Congress and Senate voting to block this program.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

There you go, blind support of HCDCC and the progressive loons in DC brought you this f%#*#*g mess. Good old liberal Clinton championed this DOG! Vote progressive,vote the blind HCDCC party line. Shove us the rest of the way in the toliet. Remember Ross Peroit(spell check)and the sound of the flush?

Babushka said...

Bush is in favor of anything that consumes gas and oil. Remember who his friends/family are.

Anonymous said...

Clinton had 8 years and did nothing about fuel milage standards while sticking us with NAFTA and GAT. BARK! BARK! BARK!

Carson Park Ranger said...

"Good old liberal Clinton..."

Yes, Clinton was a liberal in the same sense that George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan were liberals (ask Fred for the definition).

Ross Perot spent a lot of money and made a few worthy points during his brief but entertaining political career, but he failed to convince the majority of voters that he was compos mentis.

Anonymous said...

so being a sheep is OK with you cpr?

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