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Some more crazy inconsistent "logic" from the "free traders" lowering the cost of imports by reducing tariffs will cause products to cost less for consumers, however; lowering the cost of soybeans due to high supply will not lower the cost of food in the supermarket for consumers
Said another way increasing costs of products via tariffs is very bad for the economy, however; increasing costs of our food via exports is very good for our economy.
In actuality what is going on in both cases is that businesses want to maximize profits and could care less about the price the consumer pays and the effect of that price on our economy.
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