China Emerges as a Scapegoat in Campa...

China Emerges as a Scapegoat in Campaign Ads

There are 2 comments on the New York Times story from Oct 10, 2010, titled China Emerges as a Scapegoat in Campaign Ads. In it, New York Times reports that:

With many Americans seized by anxiety about the country's economic decline, candidates from both political parties have suddenly found a new villain to run against: China.

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cobra comander

Costa Mesa, CA

#1 Oct 10, 2010
americans never cease to be stupid. after the korean war, viet nam war, iraq, and afghanistan, they still do not learn and keep buying into these fictitious enemies, so that their beloved troops can continue to get jobs and military contracts and continue getting hand outs at the expense of the tax payer, and feed their greedy imperialism.

Dublin, OH

#2 Oct 10, 2010
Think of all the Chinese restaurants in Ohio and all the people that they employ.

I hope the Ohio Chinese do karate on the candidates.

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