But Marcinkowski put the blame for Michigan's economy squarely on Rogers' shoulders for voting for free-trade agreements. He said the agreements don't require other countries to ban child labor or force them to pay fair wages.
Jim, stop LYING. I repeat. Stop LYING.
NAFTA and GATT (The bigger problem) were both passed in the mid 90's. Off the top of my head, somewhere around 1993 and 1995.
They were both signed by Bill Clinton. In 1995, Mike Rogers was a first term state senator who only voted in Lansing, not DC. He did not enter Congress until 2001. He had no chance to vote on Clinton's NAFTA and GATT.
So stop LYING Jim.