Obama Knocks Clinton, But Wouldn't Ax NAFTA

Appealing to union voters in a dry wall manufacturing plant in this crucial primary state, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., Sunday afternoon said that even though he has repeatedly said the passage of NAFTA was bad for the country, he would not try to repeal it. "I don't think its realistic for us to repeal NAFTA," he said during a town hall meeting on the economy. He argued arguing that because the trade deal had been passed more than a decade ago, it was entrenched in the economy, and any attempt...Full Story
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