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    :: Monday, March 06, 2006 ::

    The Teamsters and the Ports Deal - By Colin Asher, CounterPunch
    'Goodbye Dubai,' the union made signs read -- a sentiment so removed from reality it is as if it came from some alternate universe.

    Our insomniac Teamster can't even hide behind protectionism as his justification. Both companies involved in this port deal are foreign owned.
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