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house Bill H.R. 1567

Should the U.S. & Mexico Partner on Economic Initiatives?

Argument in favor

America’s economic relationship with Mexico is longstanding, and needs to be reaffirmed. Bolstering both countries’ academic institutions, entrepreneurs, infrastructure, and medical training will benefit both nations.

davidf's Opinion
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11/26/2018
Yes, but why would Mexico want to partner with us on anything given how we’ve treated them the past two years?
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Hunter's Opinion
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11/26/2018
Why wouldn’t we want strong relations with our neighboring nations? Vote YES.
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Andrea's Opinion
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11/26/2018
Yes especially when Mexico is our neighbor.
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Argument opposed

There are already many forms of economic and academic exchange between the U.S. and Mexico, making this bill unnecessary. Other aspects of the U.S.-Mexico relationship, like border security, need more attention.

J. scott's Opinion
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11/26/2018
No although it sounds reasonable on the face of it I don’t trust this Administration and our current senate to establish and carry out such a policy.
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Cody's Opinion
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11/26/2018
I wouldn’t do nothing until a wall is built
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Gregory's Opinion
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11/26/2018
More of the socialist democrat global agenda no thanks. America first
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    Yes, but why would Mexico want to partner with us on anything given how we’ve treated them the past two years?
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    No although it sounds reasonable on the face of it I don’t trust this Administration and our current senate to establish and carry out such a policy.
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    Why wouldn’t we want strong relations with our neighboring nations? Vote YES.
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    Yes especially when Mexico is our neighbor.
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    If we cannot create partnerships with our next door neighbors, what hope is there for meaningful partnerships with everyone else.
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    I wouldn’t do nothing until a wall is built
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    WHY THE HECK NOT ??? DEMOCRATIC BRETHREN? America’s economic relationship with Mexico is longstanding, and needs to be reaffirmed. Bolstering both countries’ academic institutions, entrepreneurs, infrastructure, and medical training will benefit both nations. SneakyPete..... 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻. 11*25*28.....
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    Mexico is our neighbor, so, yes!
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    Let's try it. We may like the results. We see the ”Hecho en Mexico” on many labels on items sold in the US. But let's not get carried away, we want goods manufactured at home.
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    No more libtard ideas like this.
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    Partnerships are always good for everyone.
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    America first
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    It wouldn’t cost us much considering the grand sceme of things and would benefit both countries over the long haul.
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    Yes I think this will help the poor people in Mexico and Mexico economy as well as keep Mexican people from coming to our county. Can’t we the US give Mexican government with our resources such as equipment to help build their infrastructure and help with underground sewers so people can have better access to water. My daughter lives in Mexico and I see what is going on. Also need to get rid of the cartel and control drugs. Please help the Mexican people just like our neighbors to the north.
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    Much better than building the stupid wall.
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    In an era of increasing tension between the two nations, we need to reaffirm our partnership with Mexico. Strong economies will benefit both countries.
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    More of the socialist democrat global agenda no thanks. America first
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    The United States and Mexico share far more than a 1,989-mile border. The two countries share a deep and complex history. This history is marked by ups and downs; by war and cooperation; by competition and collaboration; by the movement—northbound and southbound—of millions of people across a shared border in search of a better future; by a trickle of trade and today’s flow of more than $1.5 billion of goods and services crossing the border every day. If we are to achieve the maximum benefits of this relationship, the United States must engage across the full policy spectrum with Mexico.
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    It’s imperative we restore our good relationships with our allies. Thanks. I monitor every vote and am so thankful you are there. I support you as long as you support progress. Remember, compromise is not a dirty word.
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    Yes, assuming we properly document to what extent the president personally benefits.
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