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Under Obama, US-China ties may face shaky start

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posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 08:14 AM
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Under Obama, US-China ties may face shaky start


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Play Video Barack Obama Video: Obama outlines stimulus plan in address AP Play Video Barack Obama Video: Sen.-Designate Gillibrand One Cool Customer CBS 2 New York Play Video Barack Obama Video: FW Cops Helped Protect Pres. During Inauguration CBS 11 Dallas WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has said no nation is more important to the United States than China. But ties between the two powers may be off to a rocky start just days into the Obama administration.

In his inaugural address Tuesday, President Barack Obama spoke of how earlier generations of Americans had "faced down fascism and communism." China's state broadcaster quickly faded out the audio of its live broadcast, the camera cutting back to a flustered studio anchor.

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posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 08:14 AM
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It looks like Obama is deliberately changing the way the USA has been dancing with the devil.


Selig Harrison, director of the Asia program at the U.S.-based Center for International Policy, said it was "very ill-advised for the new administration to confront China as if this were 10 years ago and we were in a strong financial position internationally."

"We are dependent on Chinese goodwill for our economic survival and viability, and, therefore, it seems to me that this type of posture is very risky," he said.


Ronald Reagan would faint pronto to learn that, according to Selig Harrison, the USA economic survival depends on whim of a bunch of commies.

What is Obama up to?



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posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 08:25 AM
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Not sure what he is planning but if the US government wants to avoid printing money to pay for the billions of dollars needed for stimulas it's going to need to borrow money from China. If you want to know why it's not a good idea to print lots of money when your already in debt visit Zimbabwe. Also China isn't really communist anymore, in fact you Americans are more communist then them these days with all the recent government involvement in private banks and business.

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posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 08:41 AM
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Interesting quote from one of the articles I was reading about the row over alleged currency manipulation by China. I'm starting to think that maybe Ron Paul was right when he said the big news this year will be China no longer buying US debt.

“China should be expecting a very tough relationship with the new administration,” according to Frank Gong, China strategist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. “China will be a natural scapegoat for the problems in the U.S.”

www.bloomberg.com...



posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:13 PM
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We should back away from Chinaanyone who says not to just wants more of the same. Poisoned food hacked computers and pirated/forged products and a government that doesn't even say a word about it. China has gotten away with espionage, mass killings of American pets, not to mention the deaths of Americans due to fake/poisoned medications.




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