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Article 1 - Democrats Mr Obama said in Toronto last month...

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I. In Washington on July 7, 2010, President Obama has vowed to double American exports over the next five years in his State of the Union Address. He is doing this to renew his efforts to renegotiate long-stalled free trade agreements with Panama and Colombia and persuade Congress to adopt them. The two trade pacts, and a third one with South Korea, were negotiated by the administration of former President George W. Bush, but all three have languished in Congress because of deep opposition from
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Unformatted text preview: Democrats. Mr. Obama said in Toronto last month that he intended to make a new push for the South Korean agreement, and on Wednesday he pledged to press ahead with the two Latin American pacts as well. II. I believe this plan would help the economy out greatly. With other Countries buying U.S. products, we will be able to get more money. With the new money that we bring in, we could get jobs back for the unemployed and get the economy back up to where we once had it in the past....
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