Tariff intervention needed exposure as political favorsI'm glad to see Democratic congressional candidate Dennis Spivack blow the whistle on cozy tariff deals that have little to do with economic development and helping American firms and much to do with returning favors for contributions.
If these items are legitimate, then have Rep. Michael Castle and Sen. Tom Carper explain the rationale and benefits. It is ironic that tariff relief goes to non-U.S. firms as well. How does that help American business?
Both politicians should return money received from any favored firm to avoid ethical questions.
J.Y. - MiddletownFull Disclosure:
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