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askbob
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3/3/2011 9:11:49 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

1. Yes
2. http://en.wikipedia.org...
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djsherin
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3/4/2011 10:16:52 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

What do you mean by "practical"?
m93samman
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3/4/2011 11:25:42 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/4/2011 10:16:52 AM, djsherin wrote:
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

What do you mean by "practical"?

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: At 4/15/2011 5:29:37 PM, CosmicAlfonzo wrote:
: Pascal's wager is for poosies.
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: I mean that sincerly, because it's basically an argument from poooosie.
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: I'm pretty sure that's like a fallacy.. Argument ad Pussium or something like that.
Ore_Ele
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3/4/2011 11:29:32 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

define "free trade" as well. If you're talking about absolute free trade with no regulations at all, then I would say it is practical to some and harmful to many.
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juvanya
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3/6/2011 12:25:58 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

http://bastiat.org...
juvanya
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3/6/2011 12:26:23 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/4/2011 11:29:32 AM, OreEle wrote:
At 3/3/2011 9:03:06 PM, Hello-Orange wrote:
I pose this question to you all;
Is free trade practical?

please provide evidence with your answers; not just opinions.

define "free trade" as well. If you're talking about absolute free trade with no regulations at all, then I would say it is practical to some and harmful to many.

It is harmful to none.
PervRat
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3/8/2011 2:54:05 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/6/2011 12:26:23 AM, juvanya wrote:
define "free trade" as well. If you're talking about absolute free trade with no regulations at all, then I would say it is practical to some and harmful to many.

It is harmful to none.

Only if you do not define slavery and tyranny, such as apartheid which was bolstered by 'free trade' until the evil liberals in the U.S. passed legislation to end free trade with South Africa and overrode Reagan's veto, as being harmful to anyone.

Never fear though, slavery is alive and well and U.S. stock market tycoons are making a killing off forced, unpaid labor in China as well as circumventing every U.S. environmental and labor law by exporting production from the U.S. (where production is bound by anti-slavery laws and regulations protecting worker's rights and inhibiting environmental damage) to China (where there are few such protective laws and what such laws there are, aren't actually enforced).

Free trade destroys fairness, justice, and centuries of hard-fought basic human rights and protection of the majority from harm due to the irresponsible greed of the few.
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3/8/2011 3:39:19 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/8/2011 2:54:05 PM, PervRat wrote:
At 3/6/2011 12:26:23 AM, juvanya wrote:
define "free trade" as well. If you're talking about absolute free trade with no regulations at all, then I would say it is practical to some and harmful to many.

It is harmful to none.

Only if you do not define slavery and tyranny, such as apartheid which was bolstered by 'free trade' until the evil liberals in the U.S. passed legislation to end free trade with South Africa and overrode Reagan's veto, as being harmful to anyone.

Never fear though, slavery is alive and well and U.S. stock market tycoons are making a killing off forced, unpaid labor in China as well as circumventing every U.S. environmental and labor law by exporting production from the U.S. (where production is bound by anti-slavery laws and regulations protecting worker's rights and inhibiting environmental damage) to China (where there are few such protective laws and what such laws there are, aren't actually enforced).

Free trade destroys fairness, justice, and centuries of hard-fought basic human rights and protection of the majority from harm due to the irresponsible greed of the few.

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lewis20
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3/8/2011 4:47:10 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 3/8/2011 2:54:05 PM, PervRat wrote:
Free trade destroys fairness, justice, and centuries of hard-fought basic human rights and protection of the majority from harm due to the irresponsible greed of the few.

Hah
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