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151-175 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
888 Fri Jun 22 12:53:26 EDT 2012 Michael Zagone
887 Fri Jun 22 12:49:47 EDT 2012 Dina Padilla IT'S CONGRESS THAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PASSING NAFTA, FOR THEIR OWN AGENDA/MONEY!
886 Fri Jun 22 12:49:30 EDT 2012 Marjorie Williams
885 Fri Jun 22 12:39:34 EDT 2012 Don Puckett If American, if Congress, if the GOP haven't gotten the message yet, what it going to take? It seem that many still vote the party line and not along the logic & sanity lines.

The repubs gave More....
884 Fri Jun 22 12:38:16 EDT 2012 bijan mottahedeh
883 Fri Jun 22 12:30:26 EDT 2012 Judith Armatta
882 Fri Jun 22 12:23:01 EDT 2012 Marian Cruz
881 Fri Jun 22 12:17:31 EDT 2012 David Hempel I had a nice conversation [about TPP and NAFTA, et al] with Rep. Loebsack's aide, and he said he'd pass on my comments to Dave directly.
880 Fri Jun 22 12:12:08 EDT 2012 Bob Kiefer
879 Fri Jun 22 12:09:01 EDT 2012 Astrid Berkson he didn't know what I was talking about
878 Fri Jun 22 12:05:03 EDT 2012 John Colon I am sure Mr.Hinchey will agree that the discussions at the TPP and resulting agreements should be a matter of public record. I contacted his office's and I was assured by Tael that my message would be More....
877 Fri Jun 22 12:03:25 EDT 2012 Gary West
876 Fri Jun 22 11:51:09 EDT 2012 Anna Feldman 205 -->204I spoke to Representative Bilirakis's aide, but he did not know the position that my representative would take regarding transparency. The aide said that he would pass my concern on to my representative.
875 Fri Jun 22 11:51:08 EDT 2012 Dolly Schertz
874 Fri Jun 22 11:46:21 EDT 2012 Anonymous
873 Fri Jun 22 11:38:03 EDT 2012 Rick Flory NO DEAL WITHOUT FULL DISCLOSURE! THE AMERICAN WORKER HAS SACRIFICED SO MUCH ALREADY. DOESN'T THIS TAKE AWAY AMERICAN JOBS?
872 Fri Jun 22 11:33:57 EDT 2012 Evelyn Fraser
871 Fri Jun 22 11:33:40 EDT 2012 Joseph & Lynn DiBlanca Please no more Free trade agreements! While you're at it cancel the existing ones.
870 Fri Jun 22 11:32:29 EDT 2012 Jeffrey Panciera Globalism benefits ONLY people that own transnational corporations, and they all seem to have foreign bank accounts. This is all a ploy to avoid paying taxes, and to escape national labor and environmental More....
869 Fri Jun 22 11:31:25 EDT 2012 Karl J. Otto
868 Fri Jun 22 11:24:31 EDT 2012 George Ordal
867 Fri Jun 22 11:23:25 EDT 2012 james sharcot
866 Fri Jun 22 11:07:26 EDT 2012 David Petersen
865 Fri Jun 22 10:47:47 EDT 2012 Anonymous No one available in Cong. Hank Johnson's (GA-4) office knows his stance on TPP. I told the aide I was strongly in favor of more transparency and was promised a callback.
864 Fri Jun 22 10:43:07 EDT 2012 Richard Maynard So, much for his promise to fix these flawed agreements that put business above citizens of all countries.
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