At 08:07 PM, Friday, 11/1/02, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that. It can be very disruptive and discouraging, and I wish you
all the best in finding something you enjoy as soon as possible. And seriously, if
you're a high-tech worker or a professional in various other departments, as a
citizen of a NAFTA country you can get a job anywhere in the US, Mexico or Canada
with very minimal paperwork (far less than what one needs to get an H1B, for
instance).
So if NAFTA and its global counterpart, the WTO, are truly in favor of free trade why are only high tech workers permitted to go wherever the work is? Free trade DEMANDS a free flow of labor as well as a lowering of tariffs. And when I say a free flow of labor, I am talking about the way labor flows from one state to another here in the USA.

The bottom line is: When supporters of NAFTA and the WTO use the phrase free trade, they are being hypocrites. They have no interest in genuinely free trade. It would break their monopolies.


John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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"To me, boxing is like a ballet, except there's no
music, no choreography and the dancers hit each other."
-- Jack Handy
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All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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