Wikileaks released information this year showing that only 5 of the 29 sections of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement dealt with any traditional definition of "trade."
RON PAUL: These other items are big items for special interest groups... they will deal with wages, unions, environmentalism, human rights, you can think of all the cans of worms they'll open with that.
And it is going to be a big boost for world government, that is a big reason to be opposed to it, they are moving us rapidly to a huge increase in big government and world government.
At the same time it is a Constituional issue. I have always voted against fast track.
The principle is very simple, Congress has the responsiblity to regulate international commerce, that authority is given to the Congress.