Thank you for a five star report.
This is very important, well beyond purchasing consumer products made in China.
Thanks to greed and stupidity we have these serious problems.
Posted by Ralph Bunch on 09/06 at 08:44 PM | #
Thank you for the straight talking article.
> "But why are they omitting discussion of the elephant in the room — China?" <
You may recall 4 years ago we had an outstanding republican candidate running for president. He talked, and more importantly warned us about China repeatedly. Not only did the liberal communists ignore him, many republicans and so-called conservatives followed suit. Was it because of his comments on China or his stance on the illegal invasion of our country?
If I remember correctly you supported him, as did I. His name was Congressman Duncan L. Hunter! (the father)
He was the best candidate of the lot and would have made a fine president and I guarantee we would not be in the predicament we currently find ourselves.
Posted by Lynda on 09/05 at 11:58 PM | #
Exploiting Sinophobia for votes harms relations with China, which also have positive aspects. China issues are best dealt with in public forums with informed experts and people with personal experiences in dealing with China in objective and honest discussions or debates away from the election fever and confusion. Making China issues political is irresponsible, to say the least. Only politicians desperate for votes would resort to doing so.
Posted by lpc1998 on 09/04 at 11:18 PM | #
this is nothing but anti-chinese propoganda and hate-mongery. the fact is america is a superpower in terminal decline and has to make way for a hyperpower. china will destroy america soon.
Posted by amjad ali on 09/04 at 08:17 PM | #
Candidates Should Be Talking About China
Posted by Phyllis Schlafly on Sep 4, 2011 at 05:33 PM
While Obama is shutting down our U.S. space program, China is going full-speed ahead to achieve space dominance along with the ability to deny it to America.
The media are absorbed with the race for the Republican presidential nomination, commenting on daily fluctuations in the polls, and predicting who will win. But why are they omitting discussion of the elephant in the room — China?
When Donald Trump briefly considered running for President, his straight talk about China helped him rise to the top of the Republican field. So, why aren’t the media interrogators asking other candidates any China questions?More...
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