Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Governor Ed Rendell: NAFTA Working in Some Areas PA, not Others

Don't the areas where NAFTA is not working in Pennsylvania amount to more areas in PA where NAFTA is working?

Wolf Blitzer also asked Gov. Rendell whether whichever candidate became the nominee, in the first day of a Presendency should the 6-month notice to opt out of NAFTA be given to Canada and Mexico?

Gov. Rendell: No...

Read his own words, we can't stomach reporting what he said... as if we're all this stupid...

Ever the optimist, Gov. Rendell dismissed polls which reflect a dwindling lead by Clinton to some 6 points spread when a Feb. 14 poll reflected double digits.

February 27, 2008 - Young Voters Help Obama Narrow Gap In Pennsylvania, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; McCain Runs Neck And Neck Against Either Democrat

Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, surging among younger voters, has cut Sen. Hillary Clinton's lead among Pennsylvania likely Democratic primary voters to 6 points, 49 - 43 percent, after trailing by 16 points just two weeks ago, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

This compares to a 52 - 36 percent lead for Sen. Clinton February 14.

In the meantime do some back-reading

Opening Act's Attack: McCain Apologetic Over Remarks; Light Bulb Dangers; Ohio Crucial Groups: Women, Youth, Blue Collar Voters

Aired February 27, 2008 - 11:00 ET

CLINTON: We need to have a plan to fix NAFTA. I would immediately have a trade timeout.

OBAMA: We have to stop providing tax breaks for companies that are shipping jobs overseas and give those tax breaks to companies that are investing here in the United States of America.

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