America’s record at the W.T.O. is not good: America’s Losing WTO Track Record May 01, 2011 Dustin Ensinger America’s Losing WTO Track Record | Economy In Crisis Even America’s W.T.O. victories produce few, or no, benefits when it comes time to enforcing a W.T.O. ruling. Making the W.T.O. a United Nations agency is the only way it could get worse for Americans. Hussein is filing another case for political reasons: U.S. to File W.T.O. Case Against China Over Cars By KEITH BRADSHER Published: September 16, 2012 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/17/b...le-wto-case-against-china-over-cars.html?_r=1 Hussein motives are less than pure; so I don’t know why rank & file union members would think going to the W.T.O is in their best interests? In fact, Hussein is more concerned with strengthening an International organization than he is concerned about American jobs or the trade imbalance. Surely, relying on W.T.O. decisions to protect America’s industries and jobs contributed to the massive unemployment in this country in the first place. Paper victories over China won’t change anything: At WTO, U.S. racks up wins against China, but the benefit is less than certain By Howard Schneider, Published: August 6 The Washington Post At WTO, U.S. racks up wins against China, but the benefit is less than certain - The Washington Post There is absolutely no evidence the W.T.O. creates jobs in this country. Bottom line: If Hussein has to go to an International organization based in Europe to bring back the American auto industry who the hell is he working for?