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Obama's global trade dilemma: Scant support from Democrats

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By TOM RAUM

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Obama is promoting free-trade proposals with Europe and Asia that could affect up to two-thirds of all global trade

Like Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, Obama is also shooting and missing arrows. If anything works temporarily is stimulus packages, the economics fundamentals are long forgotten by advanced countries.

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No body trust this guy anymore, Americans have learned there lesson. His great change was only penny s... The rest of the world needs to know this guy is a fake with a pretty face...

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Good grief! President Obama not only has pesky Republicans to deal with, he has pesky Democrats to deal with!

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Translation: Republicans like = 1% benefits Democrats dislike = 99% does not benefit

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The Democrats in the US have always been a protectionist party; much of their support comes from trade unions.

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More and more benefits for the wealthy. Obama forgot who elected him and he's been throwing them under the bus in order to appeal to a group of people who will never approve of a single thing he does.

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