State of New York Archives: on Free Trade
Vote against multilateral trade agreements and treaties
I pledge to you, my fellow New Yorkers, that if elected I will [support the following policy on] Trade: Support policies that protect and create American jobs, and vote against multilateral trade agreements and treaties (such as
NAFTA and TPP) that undermine American jobs and sovereignty.
Why I'm Running
Source: 2016 N. Y. Senate campaign website WendyLong.com
Aug 31, 2016
- Our economy is stalled.
- Small business is being crushed.
- New jobs are few.
Middle class wages are falling.
- Half a million New Yorkers will wake up tomorrow with no job.
- It's time to put America first.
It's time to put American workers first.
- It's time to let Americans have the dignity of work and good wages.
- It's time to stop pitting Americans against each other.
Trade mission to Mexico doubles as foreign policy tour
As he weighs a run for the presidency at a moment of spiraling global mayhem, Christie's trip to Mexico this week is taking on a sudden urgency: intended as a trade mission, it will double as a chance to demonstrate a
level of acumen and adroitness on foreign policy that has so far eluded him.
The pillars of the Christie worldview, as gleaned from about a dozen speeches and public appearances, tend to rise from a simple observation:
A high-functioning America at home, liberated from partisan dysfunction, exerts greater influence abroad. "What we
say and what we do here at home affects how others see us and in turn affects what it is they say and do," Christie said in 2011.
Source: N. Y. Times 2014 coverage of 2016 presidential hopefuls
Sep 2, 2014