YES! It'll show his "tough on China" stance is another lie..
68% (23 votes)
YES! But he won't be unless Obama brings it up.
32% (11 votes)
Total votes: 34

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Eliz77 2 years 5 weeks ago

Obama should bring up Sensata. Shipping Bain jobs to China has to be related to foreign policy. Surely!

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washnwmn 2 years 5 weeks ago

It did not come up, but there's still an opportunity for Obama to make a case in point. If they are still protesting, Obama could make a stop there, stand with the workers and put more national attention on the issue. MSNBC has spotlighted the protests a couple times.

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