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Chinese Loans At Issue In Debt Fight

April 30, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite what you may have heard, China isn’t the country’s biggest creditor. America is....

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walksabout

Apr-30-13 3:22 PM

how could a man proising for your vote he would fix the problem , ask a second time when he failed ?

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walksabout

Apr-30-13 3:21 PM

you do recall asking for the loans and cosigning, don't you ?

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mkhunt

Apr-30-13 9:57 AM

So now we are being told that the energy exploitors' biggest banker is not really a problem...we need to look at the debt that involves publicly traded companies, the purchase of businesses and land through front corporations, the theft of US technology and the "students" who are really spies. What is there to like about China? Ask the refugees about the prison camps, the exploitation of the people and the fear of being accused of being a Christian. Is China a problem? Yes and do not forget that public relations firms are making plenty of money with the whitewashing of Red.

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daWraith

Apr-30-13 6:28 AM

Debt? Heck I thought the Obama economy was doing so great?

All of these new jobs being created, big GDP growth, etc.

So is it all smoke and mirrors?

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