I really do have to point out that many Americans have good reasons not to trust the President of Mexico, and this is not the first time we've felt that way. With good reasons, we wait to hear of any really good news and outcomes for regular citizens' lives there to be truly improved - based upon Ethical Laws and for the long-term. Surely the bad outcomes in Mexico cannot all be blamed on the USA.
Secondly, American workers were hit immediately upon NAFTA being finalized and signed into law. We cannot overstate the power of the Republican written Trade Agreement. Even though BILL signed it, it was the GOP putting heavy duty pressure on him to sign it. This is also the case with OBAMA - no drama Obama, huh? If Obama has nothing personal to gain from it, down the road, then why the heck is he so all fired up to negotiate it with such high levels of secrecy and with the need to call in all the Governors from around the nation, to get them to do his dirty Selling Job? Please, people, I beg of you. Do Question this Trade Agreement. It is going to sell out the American worker, the American families, and ALL OUR futures. Please don't buy into the bull.
NAFTA: "The agreement goes back to the 1992 presidential campaign when Bill Clinton ran against incumbent President George H.W. Bush. On Aug. 12 of that year, Bush finished negotiating NAFTA with Mexico and Canada. During the campaign, Bill Clinton said he would support NAFTA if elected, but would demand supplemental agreements to protect worker rights, the environment and sudden import surges."