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Uploaded on Oct 26, 2010

This Ad was created by Citizens Against Governement Waste (CAGW).
For more information, please go to www.cagw.org

Questions about this Ad:
Is this Ad really true??
Is China really that powerful nowadays??
In fact, I believe China still has much to learn.
Communism (or called republic) is not a way for the United States or China to go for.
We still need Democracy in the U.S.
I believe it still works.

These are just my own opinions. Thank you!
God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.

My New Comments:

Every country has its own difficulties.
...and every country has different problems and issues to solve (for).
China and the United States both have a lot to learn from each other.


(New) Ideas are very important in the United States.
However, Republican and Democrat have no idea what to do next.
Do we really need another "change" again??
We can see President Obama has at least done something, and he really does some changes.
Is that we (the government) just sit here, do nothing and just wait, the economy will get better??
Does it really work if we just cut cost, cut government spending and lower the taxes??
In fact, the U.S. government needs all of us to spend money in our own country. However, how to make people to spend their money in this_ country is really a difficult task/thing to do??

We still need "changes" in the United States.

GO VOTE, anyway.

Thank you!!
God Bless America!!

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