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Re: Buffalo route and NAFTA
NAFTA= Nothing Affordable For The Aquarist It is nothing but red tape,
making you jump through hoops. Plus there is that nice $55 inspection fee,
and 3/4 or more of the time, they don't even inspect it, they just hold
their hands out for the money. It makes it cost prohibitive to buy stuff
from north of the border. I know alot of people in Canada I would love to
purchase a few things from, but its just too much of a pain in the arse.
Just my loonie's worth :) Ron
From: Je3 at aol_com <Je3 at aol_com>
To: KillieTalk at aka_org <KillieTalk at aka_org>
Date: Wednesday, August 25, 1999 6:05 PM
Subject: Buffalo route and NAFTA
>In a message dated 08/25/1999 3:31:06 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>-James Purchase writes:
>> The Buffalo route sounds like the only workable alternative.
>> I thought NAFTA was supposed to make things like this a thing of the
>> James Purchase
>I am suprised you made the statement about NAFTA. Most of us here in the US
>know for a fact that anything to do with the "government" NEVER makes
>easier. NAFTA does NOT mean FREE ANYTHING! It only CONTROLS things.
>My cynical (libertarian) view point from Michigan.
>Sorry for the political ranting- now back to killies, I feel much better