William F. Jasper
Boehner’s rampage against House members who defied him on ObamaTrade vote has begun to backfire — and he may be starting to back-pedal, due to public pressure.
Representative Ken Buck (R-Colo.) is the latest target among House Republicans who dared to vote their consciences against Boehner’s fanatical Fast Track support for TPP/TTIP/TiSA.
Senator Ted Cruz’s vote switch didn’t stop cloture, but Senator Jeff Sessions’ relentless exposure of TPA and the TTP/TTIP/TiSA dangers may derail Wednesday’s Fast Track vote.
Is it stupidity or cupidity, if senators still vote for TPA, in view of plain truth about Fast Track? Either way, a vote for Fast Track Tuesday would be totally inexcusable.
The GOP congressional leadership is working hard to give President Obama what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) admitted is “an enormous grant of power, obviously, from a Republican Congress to a Democratic president."
Siding with President Obama, House Speaker John Boehner has brought down the hammer on “rebel” Republicans who voted their consciences and bucked “the team” on TPA (Fast Track) and TAA.
Will enough of the American public awake in time to stop President Obama and Congress from railroading the secret TPP/TTIP/TISA trifecta into law on the fast track?
Latest WikiLeaks release of secret TPP texts confirms critics’ charges of Big Pharma “crony capitalism” corruption in ObamaTrade process.
EU Parliament stops vote on TTIP and UKIP leader Nigel Farage says Eurocrats in Brussels are “running scared” over mounting public opposition in Europe to controversial pseudo-free trade deal
The G7 Summit in Germany is both being hailed as a huge breakthrough and condemned as a giant letdown by global-warming acolytes — in the run-up to the UN’s global Climate Summits in New York and Paris later this year.