The Laura Ingraham Show - Laura challenges TX GOP Senate candidate Ted Cruz on Chinese imports





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Published on Oct 3, 2011

@0:21 - " I do not support that bill. I understand the concerns about China and I think we need to be vigorous when dealing with China, but I think it is a mistake to try to start a trade war with them."

@1:19 - Ingraham: "I'm telling you, you hang yourself on this free trade thing, I think it's going to hurt you, I think it has already hurt the Republican party, and, for the life of me, I can't imagine why conservatives, seeing what has happened over the past two decades, maybe not two decades ago, but now seeing what has happened over the past two decades, how you could still say status quo with China is fine."

@2:57 - Cruz: "Protectionist arguments, particularly when you have unemployment, resonate because people are out of a job and they are ticked off, but who they should be ticked off at President Obama and this unrelenting war on jobs this administration has had."

@3:09 - Ingraham: "Obama's with you, he is with you on this bill Ted."
Cruz: "Well, we'll see where he stands, but what I will tell you Laura..."
Ingraham: "No, he's with you on this bill; the administration does not want this bill, so you and he are on the same side of this issue."


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