Romney's China rhetoric sounds a lot like...well, the Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) rhetoric
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney sure sounds a lot like the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) when it comes to his campaign views on China. In a recent speech, according to The Hill, Romney frets about America's lost position in the world, and how China's predatory currency manipulation has adversely affected U.S. manufacturing.
Anyone know if Romney has been reading the results of AAM's reecent national poll, which shows strong voter support across the spectrum for getting tough on China?
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