This is exactly the way rino republicans work! They back a bill obama wants for personal financial gain. Steve King and other Tea Party leaning representatives are trying to install amendments to kill the immigration passages in the
TPP bill because they are to low in numbers to "Kill The Bill" completely with the massive swarm of rinos controlling the republican party. Why don't the rino republicans just kill this piece of crap bill since the republican base doesn't want it anyway? My guess as to why the rino republicans are pushing this piece of crap bill is after the bill is passed the republican rinos will dump their millions into the stocks of companies that will make huge profits off of this Obamatrade legislation that has absolutely no benefits for U.S. citizens or the U.S. at all. The rinos are just after personal financial gain and could care less about us and the negative affects to U.S. citizens! This is exactly why and how the communists have been able to take over the democratic party though pissed off voters.
Also the obamatrade bill contains a huge welfare package because the rinos know without a doubt U.S. citizens are screwed when they pass obamatrade. The democrats don't want obamatrade because they are going to get blamed for it and the rinos will just walk away laughing with millions more in their bank accounts. In the 2016 elections the communist democrats must go without a doubt but also the republican rinos must be voted out. We are going to have to get rid of as many rino republicans as we can then two years after the 2016 elections more rinos have to go.
Revealed: The Secret Immigration Chapter in Obama’s Trade Agreement
Breitbart | by Alex Swoyer10 Jun 2015Washington, DC
Discovered inside the huge tranche of secretive Obamatrade documents released by Wikileaks are key details on how technically any Republican voting for Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) that would fast-track trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would technically also be voting to massively expand President Obama’s executive authority when it comes to immigration matters.
The mainstream media covered the Wikileaks document dump extensively, but did not mention the immigration chapter contained within it, so Breitbart News took the documents to immigration experts to get their take on it. Nobody has figured how big a deal the documents uncovered by Wikileaks are until now. (See below)
The president’s Trade in Services Act (TiSA) documents, which is one of the three different close-to-completely-negotiated deals that would be fast-tracked making up the president’s trade agreement, show Obamatrade in fact unilaterally alters current U.S. immigration law. TiSA, like TPP or the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) deals, are international trade agreements that President Obama is trying to force through to final approval. The way he can do so is by getting Congress to give him fast-track authority through TPA.
TiSA is even more secretive than TPP. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill can review the text of TPP in a secret, secured room inside the Capitol—and in some cases can bring staffers who have high enough security clearances—but with TiSA, no such draft text is available.
Voting for TPA, of course, would essentially ensure the final passage of each TPP, T-TIP, and TiSA by Congress, since in the history of fast-track any deal that’s ever started on fast-track has been approved.
Roughly 10 pages of this TiSA agreement document leak are specifically about immigration.
“The existence of these ten pages on immigration in the Trade and Services Agreement make it absolutely clear in my mind that the administration is negotiating immigration – and for them to say they are not – they have a lot of explaining to do based on the actual text in this agreement,” Rosemary Jenks, the Director of Government Relations at Numbers USA, told Breitbart News following her review of these documents.
Obama will be able to finalize all three of the Obamatrade deals, without any Congressional input, if Congress grants him fast-track authority by passing TPA. Fast-track lowers the vote thresholds in the Senate and blocks Congress from amending any trade deals—and also, since each of these three deals are pretty much entirely negotiated already, it wouldn’t lead to any more congressional involvement or transparency with each.
The Senate passed the TPA last month, so it is up to the House to put the brakes on Obama’s unilateral power. The House could vote as early as Friday on fast-track, but may head into next week. By all counts, it’s going to be a very tight vote—and may not pass. It remains to be seen what will happen in light of leaks about things like the immigration provisions of TiSA—which deals with 24 separate parties, mostly different nations but also the European Union. It is focused on increasing the free flow of services worldwide—and with that, comes labor. Labor means immigration and guestworkers.
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