1) “If America sits on the sidelines while other nations sign trade deals, we will lose the chance to create jobs on our shores.”

2) “Expanding markets for American goods and services will help create jobs in the U.S. and strengthen our economy.”

3) “Every day these agreements languish, American-made goods and services face unnecessary tariffs and other trade barriers — costing Americans market access and jobs here at home.”

4)“The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement…fosters prosperity and stability in Asia and enhances our economic and national security.”

5) “The Colombia Free Trade Agreement will increase U.S. exports, create good- paying jobs here at home and help cement our leadership in opening global markets.”

6) “Panama is an important strategic ally in our hemisphere, and the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement will provide new markets and opportunities for U.S. exporters.”

7) “By boosting exports and opening foreign markets to U.S. businesses, these agreements will benefit U.S. workers and contribute to economic growth in the U.S. at a time when it is sorely needed.”

Stumped? The answers are given below, but that’s not the point. The point is, when House Speaker BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerFrom learning on his feet to policy director Is Congress retrievable? Boehner reveals portrait done by George W. Bush MORE and House Democratic Whip Hoyer are finishing one another’s sentences, we have arrived at what is known as a consensus.

And what is the consensus? That the United States needs to approve the pending trade agreements with Korea, Colombia, and Panama now — within the next few weeks. That we need to renew Trade Adjustment Assistance, the Andean Trade Preferences, and the Generalized System of Preferences.

There will be disputes in the weeks ahead about the sequence and linkages among the three agreements and the three lapsed trade programs. We must keep them in perspective. We can’t let them stand in the way of a breakthrough on trade that has been a long time coming.

We have a chance in the weeks ahead to create American jobs, reaffirm vital alliances, and show that the United States can still lead. Let’s seize it — now — with both hands.

Answers: President Obama, House Speaker Boehner, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp, House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max BaucusMax Sieben BaucusBottom line Overnight Defense: McCain honored in Capitol ceremony | Mattis extends border deployment | Trump to embark on four-country trip after midterms Congress gives McCain the highest honor MORE, House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee Chairman Kevin BradyKevin Patrick BradyHow centrist Dems learned to stop worrying and love impeachment On The Money: Senate passes first spending package as shutdown looms | Treasury moves to roll back Obama rules on offshore tax deals | Trade deal talks manage to weather Trump impeachment storm White House talking new tax cuts with GOP MORE, and (jointly) Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellThis week: House kicks off public phase of impeachment inquiry Progressive veterans group launches campaign labeling Trump as a 'national security threat' GOP senators plan to tune out impeachment week MORE and Finance Committee Ranking Member Orrin HatchOrrin Grant HatchTrump awards Medal of Freedom to racing industry icon Roger Penske Trump holds more Medal of Freedom ceremonies than predecessors but awards fewer medals Trump to award Medal of Freedom to former Attorney General Edwin Meese MORE.

John Murphy is the Vice President of International Affairs for the United States Chamber of Commerce.