LOL. Your "logic" deceives you. Here is the fact which supports what I wrote......not what you THINK I wrote.
"President Bush signed the NAFTA agreement on December 17, 1992 at a meeting of the Organization of American States. The accord was signed prior to the expiration of the President's negotiating authority, forcing Congress to either change its procedures or to consider NAFTA under fast track rules--which limits the amount of debate and requires lawmakers to vote up-or-down on the measure without amendments."
no apology is necessary.....your red face is sufficient.
(suppressed snickering in the background)
posted on 02/04/2005 9:55:38 PM PST
(Proud to be a mean-spirited and divisive loco gringo armed terrorist vigilante cucaracha!)
How can he sign a trade agreement that wasn't approved by Congress? The President doesn't have the ability to unilaterally sign trade agreements! They MUST be approved by Congress. That's why they voted on it DUmmy!
And if NAFTA was such a bad idea, why didn't Former President Clinton veto it?
posted on 02/04/2005 9:59:10 PM PST
("We count it death to falter, not to die")
(((A hushed snicker filters through the crowd)))
posted on 02/05/2005 5:45:13 PM PST
(Plumbers for Bush....We flushed the Johns)
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