Remember the South Korea, Colombia and Panama Free Trade Act? Using CO's Prez Santo's Own Words It's Part of a "New World Order"Submitted by FreedomIsAbsolute on Wed, 04/18/2012 - 23:23
Congress Approves Biggest U.S. Trade Agreement Since 1994 - Bloomberg News
Excerpt: "The U.S. Congress cleared free-trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, bringing an end to years of stalemate and offering what supporters said was the biggest opportunity for exporters in decades. "
Full article can be read here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-10-13/south-korea-colombi...
Two days ago on April 16th, 2012 Columbian President Santos had held a press conference with Barrack Obama and has stated and I quote "Our countries (Columbia and the USA) have become close allies in building a new world order." (Emphasis added)
Now I don't like to inundate myself with all those "conspiracy theories" that are out there, but I must ask, should I?
The link to the press conference/video of President Obama and Columbian President Santos can be found below. The quote mentioned above starts off at the 00:30 mark, but listening to the whole thing gives you an understanding of why our congress rammed through NAFTA in '94 and the recent Columbia/S. Korea/Panama trade agreements just recently.
p.s. I truly feel tremendous sorrow for Mitt supporters solely on the fact that they have been sold on anyone but BO and have bought the bait that he is the one to our countries ailments. He is absolutely positively no different from Obama (besides the R next to his name) just as Obama is no different than Bush Jr. (except the D next to his name) although I might argue that he has taken the Bush years to a whole new level. They have no clue what they have in store whether he is elected or not.....a continuation of the degradation of our national sovereignty, Constitution, and more blunt socialism.
[Posted in the current events section because it is current; an April 16th, 2012 press conference by the White House...I would say that is a current event no matter how controversial.]