WHEREAS,As my first X, I suggest sugar.
NOW LET IT BE KNOWN THAT, the United States declares all prior rules and laws restricting the production, consumption and exchange of X null and void.
- X is produced, consumed and exchanged worldwide as a commodity;
- US citizens are best served by prices that affect and reflect global supply and demand;
- X from any origin can be certified safe for consumption by a simple test.
Bottom Line: Free trade is easy but often thwarted by politicians eager to protect producers in exchange for bribes. Luckily, it's easy to detect its absence: The more words in the "free trade agreement," the less free trade is happening.