An even better sentence

"It makes no sense to tax ethanol coming in from friendly countries like Brazil when we do not tax oil imported from countries like Saudi Arabia…"

Or how about:

…Brazil’s experience shows that to successfully copy its example, the U.S. may have to make political choices that U.S. politicians have ducked in the past, including raising gasoline taxes, ending government support for crucial agricultural products such as sugar and corn, and opening protected agricultural markets.

Both are from "How Brazil Broke its Oil Habit," The Wall Street Journal, 6 February 2006, p.A9.


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