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June 19, 2008

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kushibo

This is meant as a serious (i.e., non-rhetorical) question. Wouldn't the FTA resolve many of the problems Obama complains about?

Also, Mr Muse, what do you have to say to critics like this one who say the FTA is not really "free trade"?

http://www.rjkoehler.com/2008/09/09/mccain-obama-and-korea-but-just-a-little-red-meat/#comment-191582

Amanda

Hi,

After long discussion with American journalists I concluded that whoever will be elected the congress will ratify the FTA.
Just the time matters that's what I've been told.
It couldn't be that early in Bush administration but the next president administration.
Even though Obama opposed to KOR-US FTA several times ppl pointed out that Clinton also was negative to NAFTA when he was a president hopeful.
What do you think? Do you agree with them?

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