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  • the [Brexit]{英国退出欧盟} vote.

  • TPP, [the Trans-Pacific Partnership]{泛太平洋伙伴关系}

  • I [oppose]{反对} it now

  • a [mere]{仅仅} 22 minutes

  • We have a [Scotsman]{苏格兰男子} kidnapped by [gypsies]{吉普赛人}…

  • Possibly [apocryphal]{真实性可疑的}.

  • A [hippie]{嬉皮的} dream of world peace and [revolutionaries]{革命的} in the streets.

  • That’s like an [anagram]{由颠倒字母顺序而构成的字}…

  • [Palindrome]{回文}.

  • They would take over [continents]{大陆}, and they would trade.

  • You send cloth or [grain]{谷物} to France.

  • You want to run a [trade surplus]{贸易顺差}.

  • So countries put up high [tariffs]{关税}, taxes on imports, and they put [quotas]{限额} to [discourage]{阻拦} people from buying stuff from other countries.

  • not what’s [socked away]{存钱} 习惯用语拓展in the government [coffers]{保险柜}.

  • We have the [Constitution]{宪法}, 1787…

  • The second [bill]{议案} they pass is a tariff bill.

  • up against a [diffuse]{弥散的} cost

  • this was the man who [unleashed]{解除…的束缚} free trade upon the entire world.

  • Was he [abducted]{绑架} by gypsies as a baby?

  • No, but he was a [hillbilly]{山区乡巴佬} from [Tennessee]{田纳西州}.

  • in a log [cabin]{小木屋}.

  • make a [raft]{筏子}

  • in [Nashville]{纳什维尔(美国田纳西州首府)}.

  • And during World War I, he has this [revelation]{披露}.

  • There is something much bigger [at stake]{危险}.

  • [political frictions]{政治摩擦}

  • in those [trenches]{沟渠}

  • [latched on]{锁定} to it

  • Hull’s [obsession]{着迷}

  • He also spoke with a [lisp]{咬舌}.

  • Elmer Fudd:见图片,卡通人物

  • Dean Acheson, in his memoirs - he was at the [State Department]{国务院} the time - he said these [off-enunciated]{不(清晰地)发音} words due to a speech [impediment]{阻碍} [emerged as]{成为} wecipwocal twade pwogwam to weduce tawiffs (ph).

  • That was a [grievous]{极严重的} mistake.

  • they’re economically [prosperous]{繁荣的}, they’ll have a [vested]{既定的} stake in [preserving]{维护} peace.

  • If they’re unemployed and there’s economic [rivalry]{竞争} and [bitterness]{愤恨} and [resentment]{气愤} about

  • the man who had [mocked]{嘲笑} him for a speech [impediment]{言语障碍}

  • [Astonishingly]{令人大为惊奇地}, only the last sentence was true.

  • [GATT]{关税及贸易总协定}

  • big [mechanism]{途径}

  • [panels]{面} to settle those disagreements

  • This is the sound of thousands of people [chanting]{反复呼喊的口号} and [protesting]{抗议} in the streets of Seattle.

  • They pulled it off of the [wax]{蜡质} [cylinder]{圆筒} and sent it to us.

  • People are protesting the WTO, which is the modern [incarnation]{体现} of the GATT - the thing that Cordell Hull inspired.

  • You don’t even get to the end of the [acronym]{首字母缩略词} before you’re like I got to go do something else.

  • We’re going to change the [dynamics]{动态的} of power between corporations and government.

  • The [protesters]{抗议者} were not carrying signs that said, oh, we need higher tariffs on [sneakers]{运动鞋}, say.

  • [generic drugs]{仿制药}

  • And whatever the [rhetoric]{花言巧语} may be now around TPP

  • Cordell Hull is a [wimp]{窝囊废} and a loser - sad, [exclamation]{呼喊} point.

  • that he could throw a hand [grenade]{手榴弹} in the construction of what took decades.

  • Slapping a high tariff on another country is not just about trade. [slap on]{在…上强行加(价)}