Presidential candidate John Edwards says he opposes a free trade agreement between the United States and South Korea.
He is telling Michigan Democrats it would be bad for the auto industry.
At a speech in Detroit, Edwards also talked about some of his policy proposals, which include a withdrawal of forces from Iraq, universal health care and a repeal of some of President Bush's tax cuts.
Edwards says the Iraq war is a -- quoting -- "bleeding sore." He says Bush should sign legislation that would fund the war but also set a withdrawal date for troops.
Bush opposes a withdrawal date.
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