FTC: Made In The USA Comments Concerning W.P. Williams--P894219
May 15, 1997
Joan Bernstein, Director
Re:FTC accepting comments on "Made in USA" label changes.
In the interests of efficiency, and in response to the FTC's proposal to allow the "Made in USA label to be attached to products "75 per cent manufactured" or "substantially transformed" in the USA, the best approach might be to include the proposal in an omnibus bill altering other definitions, as well. For example:
These are just a few recommendations to get you started on your own list, or to add to the one seemingly already started by the FBI indicating that "Any agent who doesn't kill anyone on at least 75 percent of his assignments is eligible for promotion." I would urge against inclusion of the unrealistic suggestion that, At least 75 percent of government bureaucrats must have at least 75 per cent of their wits about them 75 percent of the time.
W.P. Williams, Consumer (and apparently in need of protection)
19689 7th Ave NE #103
P.S. Has anyone thought of creating a "Made Globally" label and having it mean, "Something of significant value?"
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