Restore American Manufacturing & Jobs to Rebuild the Economy! (Scrap NAFTA, WTO)





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Uploaded on Mar 26, 2009

Pat Choate is one of America's top experts of what's really the cause of America's financial crisis--and the solution. We must restore American manufacturing and stop outsourcing. Listen and learn! Learn about Obama's policies on trade, and much more. American jobs were sent to China, Mexico and the third world, and the only solution is to bring the jobs home again. There is no national wealth in selling Chinese products to each other, we must build our cars, computers, technology and other products here, and stop importing Chinese food too.

Make sure Congress knows your views on restoring American manufacturing and jobs--and BUY AMERICAN: the job you save may be your own or that of a friend or family member!

America's wealth was "outsourced" along with our jobs. This is why what would have been a minor financial problem became a world-wide crisis. America is hollowed out, the economy we built with factories and high-paying jobs is gone and we lived the last couple decades on "credit cards"--Chinese loans. The ONLY solution is to scrap WTO and NAFTA and rebuild OUR economy. The economy was strong BEFORE NAFTA and WTO, they are the source of today's collapse. Learn from history and bring back manufacturing and high paid jobs.

This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus; producer, Art Harman.
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