Recently the media and the two Democratic Party frontrunners–Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama–have been debating their stances on healthcare and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). However, while the two candidates are criticizing each others’ positions on the two issues, they are largely have similar positions according to FactCheck.org. The following video explores some of what they are saying and what their actual positions are:
However, lost in the back-and-forth debate about NAFTA is a discussion of the substance of their positions on NAFTA. While they have been willing to attack each other, they have not applied the same scrutiny to the impact of trade agreements such as NAFTA.