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On China, daylight between Schumer and Bloomberg

Monday, November 08, 2010 - 09:48 AM

It doesn't get any starker than this.

On Sunday, Schumer said China "takes unfair advantage of American workers and American companies, by any standard."

They've also "stolen" intellectual property rights, "manipulat[e]" their currency, and anyone who praises that country "doesn't get what's really happening."

Bloomberg, in Honk Kong this weekend, said, "we’ve got to stop blaming the Chinese and blaming everybody else and take a look at ourselves."

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Schumer is back in front of the cameras so you better watch out or you will get run over by him.

Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

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The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

Nov. 09 2010 03:53 AM

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