Frustrated members of Congress may vote in the coming weeks on legislation penalizing Chinese imports for Beijing's artificially low currency. Anger over the artificially low yuan is a long-simmering issue on Capitol Hill, but is becoming more pronounced. Stoked by a heated U.S. election cycle and ailing economy, some insiders predict the China penalty bills will pass at least the House and possibly the Senate.
Memo to Congress: penalizing China is not the answer to the US's economic woes.
Cutting taxes, incentivizing companies to bring jobs back to this country, and stopping the funding of these immoral and illegal wars without end would certainly help.
Of course, all these measures would be logical.