A lot of people are against the Trans-Pacific Partnership because they have bought into unfounded hype that it will have a negative effect on our ability to access the internet. Every trade deal is not bad, and the United States has to realize that we are part of a global economy and build relationships. Not everything in a trade agreement is going to work best for us, but there is plenty in the agreement that will.
The U.S. should pass the Trans-Pacific trade because America stands to benefit a lot from the same. As Kevin Brady said, America economy will not only grow by buying American but also selling American all through out the globe. The agreement will create new market for America's products pushing the economic growth in the long run.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is not a trade agreement that would benefit the U.S. The agreement would link our financial status with other weaker countries and would not improve our economy nor our job market. There are no environmental gains in the agreement and it would favor corporate expansion and control. The agreement may have been created in order to link Asian countries in reaction to China's growing presence.
No, the U.S. should not pass the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The TPP does not protect American workers and makes it easier for other countries to ship their goods and services to the U.S. To be a good deal all sides should win. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, as it has been described, does not sound like a win for the United States.