Analysis: U.S. frustration with China...

Analysis: U.S. frustration with China likely to continue

There are 1 comment on the CNN story from Feb 15, 2012, titled Analysis: U.S. frustration with China likely to continue. In it, CNN reports that:

President Barack Obama reminded China's presumptive next president Tuesday that "with expanding power and prosperity also comes increased responsibilities." But when it comes to a greater embrace of American interests, China's own internal systems will likely keep that from becoming reality any time soon.

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“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#1 Feb 15, 2012
Ya really think so? Not only are they loaning us bucks to keep afloat, they have populated a great deal of America. Which is cool..Chinese food ROCKS! Yepper, keep sending the businesses over there and letting our own people suffer here in the states. Also, why doesn't China embrace us for giving them our businesses..cuz, they are an independent country and they don't have to, even if we expect it. It's a dog eat dog world, fer sure.ROCK ON!

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