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Liberalism Vs. Conservatism (Debate Forum) It isn't that Liberals are ignorant. It's just that they know so much that isn't so. - Ronald Reagan

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<font size="4" s>Who Pays for Farm Subsidies?</font s>

by Marian L. Tupy

Marian L. Tupy is assistant director of the Project on Global Economic Liberty specializing in the study of Europe and sub-Saharan Africa at the Cato Institute.

Peter Mandelson, the European Union trade commissioner, said Nov. 11 that the Doha round of negotiations on trade liberalization (Dec. 13-18) in Hong Kong is likely to fail. "The problem," he said, "is that whatever we offer is not enough for the highly competitive, very aggressive agricultural producers and exporters like Brazil, Australia, New Zealand and the United States."

Mr. Mandelson should resist the protectionist calls from within the EU and embrace the ambitious proposals on agricultural trade liberalization as outlined by his American counterpart. The EU (as well as America) stand to gain a great deal from cutting and, eventually, eliminating their agricultural support programs.
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"The problem," he said, "is that whatever we offer is not enough for the highly competitive, very aggressive agricultural producers and exporters like Brazil, Australia, New Zealand and the United States."

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This line alone just shows why the EU will never work and should be disbanded.

So the fact that we are aggressive producers is the problem? We work and the EURO-TRASH sit on thier butts collecting welfare and WE ARE THE PROBLEM!!!!?

Typical european rethoric. It sounds like something CHIRAC would say, or any regular democrat here in the states.
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