Yup. Our previous congressman went into office pledging to vote against CAFTA (Central America Free Trade Agreement). He flipped on us when he got seduced by the world in side the belt line. I sent that lying scrawny bastard an email asking him how many BMWs built here in Spartanburg were shipped to Central America since the agreement was signed - cause we sent them a hell of a lot of textile jobs. Textile jobs don't pay as well as say chemical operator jobs but they pay better than Burger King and unemployment.
Guess what the Republicans want to do to grow jobs? Sign the Korean Free Trade Agreement. The two we signed so far cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." - Albert Einstien
Looking at the tags for a fair amount of things sold in the US is already made in Korea so why do we need this one?
Well there are a few manufacturing jobs left in our area. I guess we should signed off on it so we can all call burger king or welfare our employer.