Consideration of TPP prior to the 2016 Presidential Election
would make it one of the hottest and most robust election issue. Delaying it to
the post-election session will likely relegate to a very, very lame issue
TPP opponents view it as dismantling Democracy, however the
very process of sneaking it into the post-election session is a two-fold assault our
It deprives voters the opportunity to consider incumbents
voting record on perhaps the most controversial economic issue of the 21st
Defeated/retiring legislators won’t have to face angry
voters for their TPP votes and reelected Senators and Representative can’t be held
accountable by voters for six and two years respectively.
A congressional staffer said supporters are unlikely to
grant interviews, give speeches or take other steps in order to keep public
attention focused elsewhere.
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