China watches US democracy avidly, but...

Oct 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Suria

The world's two biggest economies choose their next leaders in early November, an accident of timing that lays bare the vivid contrast between China's opaque communist state and America's riotous democracy.

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RayH

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Oct 29, 2012
 
The difference between functional and non-functional governments. Night and day.

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Romney: Chinese business is superior to American business.

Romney: I want to be a DOORMAT for China. I am already a DOORMAT for Netanyahu.
Faith

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Oct 29, 2012
 
RayH wrote:
The difference between functional and non-functional governments. Night and day.
Like cats and dogs....But don't worry, Ray. You guys will catch on some day.
RayH

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Oct 29, 2012
 
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Like cats and dogs....But don't worry, Ray. You guys will catch on some day.
And how's your dog?
imaginaryfriend

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Oct 29, 2012
 
Who will have the revolution for Power of the People first??
Faith

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And how's your dog?
Just fine. I cooked her a chicken dinner tonight. Thanks for asking.
RayH

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Who will have the revolution for Power of the People first??
Most likely U.S., if Romney wins.
RayH

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Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Just fine. I cooked her a chicken dinner tonight. Thanks for asking.
Make sure you remove the chicken bones.
imaginaryfriend

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Most likely U.S., if Romney wins.
Yes, he would tip the scales of inequality over the tipping point. The U.S. has a poor grade on this scale compared to Western European nations, and Canada 20 miles away.

“China Seas Pirate Gangs”

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Taizhou, Jiangsu, China

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Oct 29, 2012
 
RayH wrote:
The difference between functional and non-functional governments. Night and day.
Thats Commie strategies around the World today.

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Oct 30, 2012
 
imaginaryfriend wrote:
<quoted text> Yes, he would tip the scales of inequality over the tipping point. The U.S. has a poor grade on this scale compared to Western European nations, and Canada 20 miles away.
Who knows, might happen anyway. People are pissed.

6 Walton heirs own as much as the bottom 40% of Americans.

INSANE.
old china

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Oct 30, 2012
 
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And how's your dog?
I think it met it's end in the 'Coyote-Shooting Contest' thread.

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