Skip to comments.Canada demands U.S. end right-to-work laws as part of NAFTA renegotiation
Posted on 09/05/2017 6:48:02 AM PDT by rktman
Canadian negotiators are demanding the United States roll back so-called "right to work" laws accused of gutting unions in some U.S. states by starving them of money as part of the renegotiation of the North American free-trade agreement. The request is part of a push by Ottawa to get the U.S. and Mexico to adopt higher labour standards under the deal
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Ha ha NOPE!
I know right..................
Sigh. Time to tell the Canadian negotiators to Fick Off and come back with some negotiators who understand our system of government and understand that the feds can’t arbitrarily roll back state laws. Though they might be forgiven the misapprehension, fedgov think they can do anything else.
The stupidity does not fall far from the tree. Take another bong hit, buddy, and wait for some more guests who shall soon appear at your southern border.
Good luck with that, comrade.
Note to Canadian citizens: Folks, FYI, your negotiators are embarrassing themselves and your country.
They need new negotiators. Do they really believe a trade agreement can
mandate overturning existing laws in over half of the states?
Brought to you by the same government that thinks three months is an appropriate wait time for an appendectomy.
Who gives a flip what the Canuks think ?
Some people have a special way of letting you know they want forty-five times as many islamic iloegals crossing their border as they had last year.
Don’t worry Canada. The United States will fix you up.
Screw the unions!
Ha ha ha ha go away les morons eh?
They don’t understand the concept of Federalism very well, do they?
It sounds ridiculous on its face, but Canada is trying to do exactly what (almost) everyone here would want our own government to do — by imposing conditions in a trade deal that is aimed at reducing differences in wages between the countries.
I’m sure Mexico will back this.The auto makers can move more production there since instead of paying union workers $25+ per hour they pay the Mexican workers $4 per hour and still charge the same prices for cars sold here.
I think just ending NAFTA would be best. This kind of BS makes that easier.
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