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`Buy America’, Bumper-sticker Of The Day, Killing Canadian Business
Canada Free Press ^
| Monday, May 4, 2009
| Judi McLeod
Posted on 05/04/2009 8:43:21 AM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
It got to be a standout irony in the longstanding US-Canadian relationship that while some 70% of Canadians would have voted for Barack Obama if they could that Canada has been completely shut out of the American market by Obamas stimulus bill.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
TOPICS: Business/Economy; Canada; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: business; buyamerica; canada; protectionism
"Stockwell Day, the International Trade Minister was in Washington last week, where he told the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that the rising tide of protectionism in the U.S. risks provoking retaliatory measures in Canada.
It is a textbook case of how when doors begin to close, and when trade barriers go up, economies go down, he said.
Meanwhile, Obama apologizing to the world for America, is making enemies in the country next door."
The Democrats virtually never do anything right.
posted on 05/04/2009 8:46:30 AM PDT
by HiTech RedNeck
(Beat a better path, and the world will build a mousetrap at your door.)
I don’t have huge problem with buying stuff from Canada,Europe,Japan,etc.They buy stuff from us too.CHINA is the problem.The balance of trade with China is in their favor to tune of about 30:1.
posted on 05/04/2009 8:56:36 AM PDT
by E. Pluribus Unum
(Islam is a religion of peace, and Muslims reserve the right to kill anyone who says otherwise.)
To: E. Pluribus Unum
I’ll never buy a GM or Chrysler product again. In fact I’ll never willingly buy any union made product or service again.
posted on 05/04/2009 9:22:05 AM PDT
by Trod Upon
(Obama: Making the Carter malaise look good. Misery Index in 3...2...1)
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